Company that operated helicopter that killed Kobe Bryant is suing two air traffic controllers

The company that operated the helicopter that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others is suing two air traffic controllers over the crash.

TMZ has reported, that Kyle Larsen and Matthew Conley caused pilot Ara Zobayan stress and distracted him by repeatedly calling while he was flying in fog and denying him the use of the radar.

Relatives of the passengers and Kobe Bryant’s wife Vanessa, is already suing the company.

The aircraft crashed into a foggy hillside in Calabasas, California, on January 26 killing all eight passengers and pilot Ara Zobayan.

The others killed were Orange Coast College baseball coach John Altobelli, his wife, Keri, and their daughter Alyssa; Christina Mauser, who helped Bryant coach his daughter’s basketball team; and Sarah Chester and her daughter Payton. Alyssa and Payton were Gianna’s teammates.

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