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Helicopter Crashes, Burst To Flames Near Leicester City

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Helicopter Crashes Near Leicester City.

A helicopter has crashed near Leicester City’s King Power Stadium according to reports.

Reports by Uk media says the helicopter belongs to Leicester’s billionaire owner Vichai Srivaddhnaprabha

The helicopter spiralled and crashed to the ground before bursting into flames as it left stadium following the 1-1 draw with West Ham.

Mr Srivaddhanapraba, A Thai businessman estimated to be worth £5bn, is the owner of the club and chairman of the sponsors King Power.

Eye witnesses reported seeing the helicopter struggling in the air and only just clearing the stadium roof before plummeting to the floor.

Emergency services were scrambled to the scene and shocked onlookers ushered away as ambulances and fire fighting crews raced to the scene.

One eye witness said: “I saw it all. It was clearly in trouble and only just managed to get over the stadium before it started whirling around and coming down.”

It is not known whether the owner son, a fellow Leicester director was in the helicopter.