Leicester City owner's helicopter got crashed

The helicopter of the owner of the Leicester City Club got crashed. The accident occurred due to the fire in the aircraft in the parking near the King Power Stadium.

According to the CNN report, the accident happened around an hour after the match ended on Saturday night. Premier League club Leicester City has not announced whether the club owner was involved in the plane or not during the crash?

Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha regularly visits this stadium and comes from the stadium.

The Leicester City Club confirmed its accident on Saturday night, one of its statements confirmed this accident. The club said that they are supporting Lester Club in this case. In this case, the club will share more information soon.

Leicester Shire’s police say that they are investigating the incident and inquiries are ongoing to know the main reason for the accident.

A Freelance photographer talked about the Leicester City helicopter crash

A freelance photographer Ryan Brown told BBC Radio 5 Live “I heard the helicopter take off. I turned around and it made a whirring noise and grinding noise and then went silent, it was spinning out of control.”

“The blades had stopped spinning and then there were a big bang and a big fireball. Lots of people started running towards the scene; as I came around the corner there was a huge fireball,” he added further.

“It crashed right near the stadium. It just cleared the stadium roof and landed in an industrial park next to it,” he said in addition.

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