Investigators have recovered the bodies of all nine victims.
Ever since the authorities reached the rugged hillside near Calabasas, Calif., where a helicopter came crashing down Sunday morning, investigators have been meticulously combing the crash site, using drone technology to survey the scene and manpower to delicately pick through the strewn, charred wreckage.
On Tuesday, the Los Angeles County coroner’s office announced that the remains of all nine people who died in the crash had been recovered. The N.B.A. legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven other people were on board, flying to a youth basketball tournament.
Three of the bodies were recovered on Sunday afternoon, officials said, but it took another day to locate the remaining six.
The authorities said they were working to positively identify each set of remains. They have yet to release an official list of the victims, but the names of all nine have been confirmed by relatives and associates.
There was no ‘black box’ on board, but officials are examining an iPad.
There was no flight data or cockpit voice recorder in the helicopter when it crashed according to the National Transportation Safety Board.
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