Was Kobe Bryant’s Pilot Feeling Pressure to Fly That Day?

The pilot's decision to proceed in deteriorating visibility has experts and fellow pilots wondering if he flew beyond the boundaries of good judgment.

  • Published 28 January 2020

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The bodies of Kobe Bryant and three other people killed when a helicopter smashed into a foggy Los Angeles-hillside have been identified, the Los Angeles County coroner’s office said Tuesday. Fingerprints were used to confirm the identity of Bryant, 41, along with John Altobelli, 56; Sarah Chester, 45, and the pilot, 50-year-old Ara Zobayan, the Medical Examiner-Coroner reported. While the department had not yet formally identified five other victims, relatives and… Read at AP News