Audio of Kobe Bryant helicopter crash captured on Nest camera
A California lady who lives close to the site where Kobe Bryant’s helicopter slammed says her Google Nest camera caught sound of the destined airplane’s last minutes, a report said.
Ronna Leavitt’s chronicle, which was acquired by ABC 7 Los Angeles, has a timestamp of 9:45 a.m. — a similar time Bryant’s Sikorsky S-76B dove into the slopes of Calabasas.
What is accepted to be Bryant’s helicopter can be heard at different degrees of power all through the 43-second clasp.
Three seconds before the clasp closes, a pound can be heard, trailed by quiet.
Leavitt told the system that she heard the chopper Sunday morning before it made a U-transform and collided with the close by bumpy territory.
She gave the video to agents.
The 41-year-old NBA legend, his 13-year-old little girl, Gianna, and seven others were murdered in the destruction.
Leavitt’s Nest video isn’t the main film accepted to have caught Bryant’s chopper.
Glendale inhabitant David Lyudmirsky shot cellphone video of what is accepted to be Bryant’s helicopter “playing out a forceful surrounding move” a half-hour before it smashed.
He gave his recording to the National Transportation Safety Board on Monday night.