Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha (thailändisch: วิชัย ศรีวัฒนประภา; RTGS: Wichai Siwatthanaprapha, bis Vichai Raksriaksorn, thailändisch: วิชัย รักศรีอักษร; RTGS. Für die Fans von Leicester City war Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, der am Wochenende mit einem Hubschrauber abgestürzt ist, eine Lichtgestalt. Ende Oktober stürzte der Helikopter von Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha in unmittelbarer Nähe des Stadions von Leicester City ab. Der Besitzer des.
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Retrieved 12 April The aircraft was due to fly to Luton Airport. With Vichai, the pilot and three other people on board,  the helicopter took off from within the stadium at approximately BST UTC.
The following day, Leicestershire Police confirmed that everybody on board had been killed in the crash and subsequent fire, and named the five fatalities.
A small memorial has been erected at East Sheen Cemetery for these two pilots. There were no casualties elsewhere.
This was the first crash and hull loss involving the AW A coroner's court was created to investigate the official cause of death for the passengers and crew of the helicopter.
The investigation reported in the court revealed that there was minimal opportunity for any individuals who survived the initial crash to escape, or anyone to help those trapped.
A loss of yaw control was revealed as the cause of the aircraft crashing, with the reasons for the loss of yaw control not yet determined.
This was made mandatory by an Airworthiness Directive issued the same day. They have also revealed evidence of the normally stationary control shaft being spun by the tail rotor which caused the castellated nut holding the actuator lever in place to friction weld to its carrier, shear off its split pin and rotate off the threaded shaft.
The locking nut and pin carrier were found loose in the tail rotor fairing and were bonded together. A duplex bearing that was designed to allow the control shaft to remain stationary with the rest of the tail rotor assembly rotating around it was found to only allow a few degrees of rotation, with the races blocked up by a mix of burnt grease and metallic particles.
Work continues [ when? Fans began to lay flowers and football shirts outside the ground the next morning. Shirts and scarves were also seen from other teams including West Ham United, Leicester City's opponent in the match prior to the crash.
In the immediate aftermath of the accident, some buildings were floodlit in blue as a tribute to the victims, including England's national stadium, Wembley.
He is known for founding duty free giants King Power Duty Free in in Bangkok, which helped him make a fortune. That makes him the fifth-richest man in Thailand, and ranked on a list of the world's richest billionaires.
At the same time as buying the Foxes he agreed a three-year deal to have King Power sponsor the club's shirts.
The Foxes were rated by the bookmakers as to win the title, but under Claudio Ranieri's expertise they stunned England. The outfit are managed by former Foxes manager Nigel Pearson are play in the Belgian second tier, also know as the Proximus League.
Srivaddhanaprabha was picked up by his helicopter on the pitch at the King Power as he was after every Leicester home game. Leicestershire police said in a statement: "We are dealing with an incident in the vicinity of the King Power Stadium.
Emergency services are aware and dealing. In the family was bestowed the new family surname Srivaddhanaprabha by the King of Thailand - the name means 'light of progressive glory'.
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