Crash helicopter ‘spun’ after take-off

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Media captionThe widely shared footage shows the helicopter taking off

Video footage of the helicopter bearing the Leicester City owner pictures it inventing instants before it crashed killing him and four others.

Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha died together with two members of his staff, the pilot and a passenger in the accident outside the King Power Stadium.

The video shows the aircraft going into a invent, which experts said intimates a number of problems with the fanny rotor.

Investigators would not comment on the video or causes of Saturday’s crash.

The widely shared footage, taken inside the stadium, shows the AgustaWestland AW1 69 climbing usually for about 40 seconds, before it pauses and goes into a downward spin.

Image copyright PA Image caption Mr Vichai, a Thai billionaire, regularly operated in and out of the stadium on match daytimes

Aviation expert David Learmount said the video evidenced the aircraft completed an “awkward” take-off without topic before getting into difficulty.

“At lift-off you can’t see anything that’s abnormal, but it’s an tricky undertaking climbing out of a stadium because ideally you require some forward velocity as well as continuing to climbing, ” Mr Learmount said.

“The pilot clambered very nearly vertically until he was above the height of the stadium and then started to turn to the right – it was very shortly after that restrained was lost.

“Just after he did a operation that seemed to be intended, “hes losing” control.”

Leicester City owner’s son ‘proud of dad’ A lamentable intention to Leicester City’s fairytale Who were the victims ? Image caption Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, two members of his personnel, the captain and air passengers were killed when the aircraft spiralled out of control and crashed in a fireball Media captionLeicester City love glean to pay tribute to owned Image caption Striker Jamie Vardy, his wife Rebekah and society representative Alan Birchenall lay their own homages at the monumental

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