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“It was very foggy so we couldn’t see anything,” he told AP news. “But then we heard some sputtering, and then a boom.” The fog cleared a bit, and Storm could see smoke rising from the hillside in front of his home.
Kobe Bryant helicopter crash witness heard ‘sputter’ before aircraft came down
Eyal Smener was on the phone in his living room when he heard a loud whirring sound. He thought it might be a helicopter flying much lower than usual up in the hills behind his home in Calabasas, but he did not hang up the phone to investigate. The noise he heard next is one he will not soon forget. “It was this weird, loud grinding sound,” he said. “And then nothing. Just nothing.”
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