The body of three victims has so far been recovered from the wreckage of Kobe Bryant’s helicopter.
Although, the police is yet to reveal who bodies they are.
41-year-old Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna had died when their helicopter crashed into the side of a hill in Calabasasa, California, on Sunday morning. There were seven others involved in the incident that left all on board dead. Two of them were Gianna’s basketball teammates, their parents, a coach, and the pilot.
The emergency team had problems accessing the crash site on Sunday afternoon as it is on a patch of ‘rough’ terrain.
Starting on Monday morning after suspending their efforts on Sunday night as everywhere became clear.
As at the time of filing this report, it remains unclear the kind of condition the bodies are in.
According to the audio of the pilot’s interactions with air traffic controllers, he intended on following the 101 highway towards Thousand Oaks – where the basketball academy was – when he veered off the path and ended up crashing into the hill.
This could be due to poor visibility and thick fog and clouds.
The pilot had been qualified to fly in foggy conditions, and he was even given special clearance to fly on Sunday.
The recovery effort is ongoing.