Two days after Bryant and eight others were killed in the accident, video from the scene showed the officials gathering evidence at the fatal site.
“January 27, 2020: NTSB B-Roll of investigators documenting the accident site of the 1/26/2020 helicopter crash in Calabasas, CA,” the video posted on the NTSB Twitter account was titled.
The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner Coroner’s office announced on Tuesday that all nine bodies, including Kobe and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, had been recovered from the scene.
The chilling video shows the NTSB investigators launching a drone to fly over the scene, which was described by a spokesperson as spanning 500 to 600 ft.
An aerial view shows the helicopter debris scattered on the ground at the mountain side where the Lakers legend’s crash happened shortly before 10 a.m. on January 26.
The video also shows men wearing protective gloves and masks as they stood in the middle of the debris.
A female investigator wearing an NTSB jacket, gloves and a face mask as she handled a piece of the broken helicopter.
She is shown close up standing next to the broken body of the helicopter that crashed, killing Bryant and his daughter and seven others.
A wheel, separated from any other part of the helicopter, was shown in the middle of the wreckage, along with the blue and white outside of the chopper.
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During a press conference on Monday, Jan. 27, NTSB board member Jennifer Homendy said Bryant’s helicopter did not have a black box on board. Investigators dug through the crash debris searching for evidence for the accident.
When asked if there was any chance of survival, Homendy said, "That is part of the investigation. It was a pretty devastating accident."
“The search continued for the other six helicopter occupants. Soon after, their bodies were located, removed from the crash site and transported to the department’s Forensic Science Center,” the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner announced on Jan 28 about recovering all nine bodies from the crash.
“Investigators are actively working on identifying the decedents,” the coroner’s office said.
“Additionally, body examinations are in progress,” the statement from the coroner’s office noted.
“We will be here five days on scene to collect perishable evidence,” NTSB spokesperson Homendy said during the January 27 press conference. “We will not determine cause of accident on scene.”
Kobe and Vanessa had four daughters, Gianna, Natalia, Bianka and Capri.