A helicopter carrying Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, crashed outside the King Power Stadium just after Leicester City clinched a last minute draw against West Ham.
The helicopter crashed close to the stadium in a car park located to the south east on Saturday October 27 straight after the foxes tackled the Hammers ended the night's affair one goal apiece.
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According to Guardian, the identity of the passengers remain unknown in the immediate aftermath, despite reports indicating that the Leicester owner was on board.
It is unclear whether there are any survivors but the witnesses on the scene report that a huge fireball erupted.
Srivaddhanaprabha, is usually flown back to London in his private chopper after home fixture's for the Foxes.
Police and emergency services arrived at the scene of the accident shortly after the crash.
Although the fate of the east Midlands owner is unknown, it is highly probable that no one on board the helicopter made it out of the carnage alive.
Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Shmeichel was seen in tears outside the ground shortly after the chopper went spiraling down.
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