Leicester City Owner’s Helicopter Crashes After Leaving Stadium

Leicester City’s owner’s helicopter has crashed in a car park after the game between Leicester City and West Ham.

It is not currently known is owner, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was in the helicopter at the time.

The helicopter scaled the stadium, but according to eye witness, then lost its engine which simply stopped working, making the helicopter nose dive after which it engulfed into flames.

A Leicestershire Police Spokesperson said that the emergency services were dealing with an incident “after an aircraft came down in a car park behind the ground.”

The helicopter took off from the pitch as it always does after every game  but soon lost control and spiralled to the ground.

It isn’t currently clear how many people were on board the helicopter.

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