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Federal investigators released their initial findings in the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash in the NTSB is preliminary report just out investigators say and do you will bulls sections of the helicopter's engines and there is no evidence of failure the number two engine shows signs it was rotating at the time of impact showing that engine failure may not have been involved in the crash and now the NTSB believes a chopper dropped at an even faster rate the final moments at four thousand feet per minute but why is unknown if it was whether or something else Alex stone ABC