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Kobe Bryant Crash Site: NTSB Releases Images

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Federal investigators have been at the scene of the fatal helicopter crash that killed retired Lakers star Kobe Bryant, his teenage daughter and seven others.

On Tuesday, National Transportation Safety Board officials released images from the scene. NTSB board member Jennifer Homendy had described the crash site as “pretty devastating,” with debris spread across 500 to 600 feet of terrain.

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The extent of the debris field can be seen in this photo taken Monday as investigators document the scene. (NTSB photo by James Anderson)
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On Monday, NTSB investigators Aaron Sauer and Josh Lindberg prepare a drone for mapping the debris field. (NTSB photo by James Anderson)
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NTSB investigator Carol Hogan examines wreckage on Jan. 26. (NTSB photo by James Anderson)
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NTSB investigators Adam Huray and Carol Hogan examine wreckage. (NTSB photo by James Anderson)
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NTSB investigator Adam Huray examines wreckage Monday. (NTSB photo by James Anderson)

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