Kobe Bryant Killed In Helicopter Crash

Christopher Berg

Kobe Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash on Sunday.

Calabasas, CA - Kobe Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash Sunday morning, according to TMZ.

TMZ reports that at least three other people were on board the helicopter when it crashed and started a fire.

Nobody on the helicopter survived.

The former LA Laker is survived by his wife and four daughters who were not on the helicopter at the time of the crash, TMZ reports.

The Los Angeles Times reported on the helicopter crash but did not report on the people involved.

The crash occurred at around 10 a.m. Sunday near Las Virgenes Road, south of Agoura Road, according to the times.

There were foggy conditions at the time of the crash.

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Comments (63)
Marxest
Marxest

Rest in Peace, Kobe Bryant. You will be missed. I pray that God surrounds your family with comfort, safety and support, especially your seven month old daughter.

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Jim H. - Virginia US
Jim H. - Virginia US

Speaking to The Undefeated reporter Jemele Hill, Bryant noted he would have taken part in peaceful anthem demonstrations launched by Colin Kaepernick in the National Football League (NFL) in an attempt to draw attention to alleged police brutality in the US.

"I'm sure I would have gotten some flak for it. That's fine. I think that Colin's message was a very simple one. It was police brutality needs to stop. We need to take a look at that," Bryant said.

Just posting something relevant. I don't know the guy.

Bigyoda20
Bigyoda20

Kobe Bryant Dead in crash!!!!!!...oh and so are some other people.

LEO0301
LEO0301

Who is this guy and why should we care? Oh, I just heard he dribbled a ball for a living....oh, the humanity!!

America1st
America1st

Amazing how cold hearted and judgmental people are. Let’s just hope “YOU” never find yourself on the other side. Plus we have the right to a due process of a fair trial and I believe you are innocent until PROVEN guilty. We talk about how the media guides us on here and then I see those same people falling for the what’s printed because it’s what they WANT to believe.

Thinblueline
Thinblueline

Hmmmm, well, that’s a thing.

61mouse
61mouse

Only one that gave condolences to the others in the crash was SHAQ . Everyone else was about Kobe

Bulldog
Bulldog

Mega media coverage for the death of Kobe Bryant yet police officers and servicemen and women have also died yet the media is silent. I would much rather MSM cover stories concerning real heroes that are actually doing something meaningful instead of this person who became a multi-millionaire just because he can bounce a ball across the court and shoot baskets! I'm sorry he died and I'm sorry his daughter died but the police officers and service men and women who died are just as important if not more important and their families are grieving just as bad! Those people are my heroes not some Mega rich sports figure who was also a criminal

Gap Filler
Gap Filler

What exactly does this have to do with Blue Lives Matter and why is it even on here? I’m sure The Grio posted it....

He was just a man who could dribble a ball. He wasn’t a guy wearing 35 to 40 pounds of extra gear every night when he left the house, he didn’t have a job where he faced uncertain death every day, he didn’t have a job knowing it could cost him his life, he wasn’t a superhero, the men and women that put those uniforms on every day in law enforcement and corrections, they’re the superheroes.


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