Pilot In Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash Wasn’t Allowed To Fly By Instruments

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The findings came as investigators were trying to determine why the helicopter crashed into a hillside amid foggy conditions.NTSB investigator Jennifer Homendy said at Tuesday’s news conference that the helicopter was at 2,300 feet when it lost communication with air traffic controllers. The helicopter was descending at more than 2,000 feet per minute at the time of impact.