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Kobe Bryant: Pilot Of Crashed Helicopter Not High On Drugs

Kobe Bryant: Pilot Of Crashed Helicopter Not High On Drugs
Kobe Bryant: Pilot Of Crashed Helicopter Not High On Drugs

The pilot of the Kobe Bryant crashed helicopter was not high on drugs, as released autopsy by L.A Country Coroner on the victims of the crashed helicopter stated.

According to the report by TMZ, the documents reveal the obvious for the most part; suffice it to say, the helicopter slammed into a hillside at 184 MPH.

One thing that does stand out, the autopsy report of the crashed helicopter pilot, Ara Zobayan. Toxicology tests were performed and, according to the report, “Toxicological testing did not detect the presence of alcohol or drugs of abuse. Substances tested for include: benzodiazepines, cocaine, fentanyl, heroin, marijuana, opioids, phencyclidine, and amphetamines.”

Vanessa Bryant and surviving family members of other passengers have sued the pilot and Island Express, which chartered the helicopter. Various pilots have said Zobayan should not have been flying at such a high rate of speed in blinding fog. The toxicology tests show the pilot had all of his faculties, although it remains unclear why he chose to fly that fast.

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