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Bryant's Helicopter Flying Too Low To Be Monitored By Air Traffic Control

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Bryant's Helicopter Flying Too Low To Be Monitored By Air Traffic Control

Bryant's Helicopter Flying Too Low To Be Monitored By Air Traffic Control

The pilot of Kobe Bryant’s ill-fated helicopter was flying too low to be monitored in fog.

Air traffic control audio records of conversations with the pilot reveal the altitude of the aircraft was too low.

The pilot and air traffic controller's reaction to the decreased visibility came under scrutiny on Monday.

The Sikorsky S-76 chopper slammed into a steep hillside outside the town of Calabasas, California.

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