Business in fatal Kobe Bryant accident sued by families of victims

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according to the Associated Press. “Data-reactid =” 23 “> Family members of four of the passengers killed in the helicopter crash that killed nine people, including Kobe Bryant, have filed two wrongful death suits against the companies that owned and operated the helicopter, according to the Associated Press.

Vanessa Bryant. She is continuing the business of owning the Sikorsky S-76 helicopter that crashed on a hill in the Los Angeles area in January. “Data-reactid =” 24 “> The two lawsuits follow a lawsuit launched in February by Kobe Bryant’s widow, Vanessa Bryant. She is suing the company that owns the Sikorsky S-76 helicopter that crashed on a hill in Los Angeles in January.

The latest lawsuits were filed Sunday in a Los Angeles superior court against Island Express Helicopters Inc. – which operated the aircraft – and its owner Island Express Holding Corp.

The Altobelli family continues

A lawsuit was filed by two children from the Altobelli family, the report said. Orange Coast College baseball coach John Altobelli, his wife Keri and their daughter Alyssa all died in the January 26 crash that saw the helicopter flying in foggy conditions. Alyssa was a teammate of Bryant’s daughter Gianna, 13, who also died in the accident.

attended a memorial to the Altobellis held at Angel Stadium in January. “Data-reactid =” 28 “> Thousands attended a memorial to the Altobellis held at Angel Stadium in January.

The other lawsuit was filed by the husband and three children of Christina Mauser, a coach of the Gianna basketball team, who also died in the accident. The helicopter was carrying passengers to a youth basketball tournament.

Pilot is not named in new trials

Vanessa Bryant’s trial has named pilot Ara Zobayan – who also died in the crash – as the accused. She accuses Zobayan of negligently flying in the fog and says that he should have stopped the flight, according to AP.

The lawsuits filed on Sunday are not named Zobayan, the report said. All the trials accuse companies of being negligent and negligent, the report said.

there was no engine failure associated with the accident. The New York Times reported in February that Island Express did not have the proper certification for its pilots to fly in the foggy conditions of the day of the accident. “Data-reactid =” 33 “> A National Transportation Safety Board investigation in February concluded that there was no engine failure associated with the accident. The New York Times reported in February that Island Express did not have the proper certification for its pilots to fly in foggy conditions on the day of the accident.

Island Express suspends operations in the days following the crash. “Data-reactid =” 34 “> Island Express suspended operations in the days following the crash.

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