Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha’s son and widow lay wreath at crash site Thai businessman Srivaddhanaprabha died along with four others when his helicopter crashed and then exploded outside the football club’s King Power Stadium on Saturday.
The incident occurred after a season 2018/2019 English Premier League match against West Ham United.
“Today, our inspectors in Farnborough will start working on the recorder, which was subject to intense heat as a result of the post-accident fire,” according to a statement from the AAIB, which investigates all civil aircraft accidents in Britain.
Family, friends, political associates gather at Chief Anenih, ex- PDP BoT chairman’s home The cause of the crash remains unclear. Leicestershire Police said on Twitter that their drone was not in flight when the helicopter left the stadium.
It came down in a car park outside the ground shortly after 1930 GMT, about an hour after the end the match. Police named the other victims of the crash as passengers Izabela Roza Lechowiczas, Nursara Suknamai and Kaveporn Punpare, and pilot Eric Swaffer.
The Italian maker of the helicopter, Leonardo SpA, said it was ready to assist the investigation. Vichai’s family, including his son and wife Aiyawatt and Aimon, arrived at the stadium on Monday to lay flowers among the mass of tributes already left by the club’s supporters.
Hundreds of people had queued since the morning to lay toys, scarves and bouquets to remember the much-loved owner who took over the club in 2010. Tottenham, City gear up for EPL battle He had overseen their incredible rise from the second tier to English Premier League title winners in 2016.
Players and staff from the club were also at the stadium to pay their respects. Leicester City’s first-team squad had a short training session on Monday morning. But the club’s fourth round League Cup tie with Southampton, scheduled for Tuesday at the King Power, was postponed because of the accident.
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