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Sad day for football as Leicester City owner is confirmed dead after helicopter crash

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A helicopter belonging to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the billionaire owner of Premiership club, Leicester City burst into flames after it crashed yards away from the King Power stadium after taking off from the pitch, on Saturday night.

The owner of Leicester City, the Sporting Director and pilot have been pronounced dead, reasons being 3rd degree burns and spinal injury. Families of the deceased are being called and made aware of the loss of their loved ones. A sad day for football.

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