Leicester City crash pilots become heroes to save thousands of lives

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 Leicester City crash pilots become heroes to save thousands of lives


Leicester City boss helicopter exploded in the corner of the parking lot. Figure /Osports

The Mirror quoted Sky Sports News cameraman Dan Cox as saying: I heard the sound of an airplane coming out of the court. When I looked up, it was out of control in the sky and kept spinning. I dont know how the pilot did it, but he let the pilot be brave and the plane slowed down and floated toward the corner of the parking lot. He made the plane hit the ground directly, and there was no one there. He is a hero. Two policemen in front of me are trying to help. They are also heroes.

Since the incident was only about an hour after the end of the game, many fans and staff remained near the Royal Court. If the plane did not crash in the corner of the parking lot, but landed in a crowded place and even hit the Royal Court, the consequences would be unthinkable. In the mirror report, there were at least 1000 people around the stadium. The Mirror reported that Swaffel, 53, the pilot who died in the accident, was an experienced 20-year-old pilot who had flown helicopters for members of the British royal family and celebrities including the famous magician Yuri Geller. The Mirror also revealed that although Isabella, who died in the accident, was officially defined as a passenger, she was also a pilot and Swafields girlfriend. Source: Beijing News Editor: Han Jiapeng _NN9841

Since the incident was only about an hour after the end of the game, many fans and staff remained near the Royal Court. If the plane did not crash in the corner of the parking lot, but landed in a crowded place and even hit the Royal Court, the consequences would be unthinkable. In the mirror report, there were at least 1000 people around the stadium.

The Mirror reported that Swaffel, 53, the pilot who died in the accident, was an experienced 20-year-old pilot who had flown helicopters for members of the British royal family and celebrities including the famous magician Yuri Geller. The Mirror also revealed that although Isabella, who died in the accident, was officially defined as a passenger, she was also a pilot and Swafields girlfriend.