In the immediate vicinity of the stadium of English football club Leicester City is an accident of the helicopter of the club owner. According to British media, the helicopter by club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha crashed on the Parking lot next to the King Power stadium and went up in flames.

The channel Sky News witnesses reported a huge fire ball. Images of flames were seen in the Parking lot.

The helicopter was launched shortly before in the stadium. Eyewitnesses reported a sudden stoppage of the tail rotor. The machine was then rotated like a top to us is uncontrolled crashed.

it was Unclear how many people were on Board the helicopter, and whether Vichai was among the passengers. The Thai billionaire is usually to the home of Leicester City from the stadium to fly. The helicopter lands regularly on the Mediterranean circuit. Leicester City had contested on Saturday evening in a League game against West Ham United (1:1).

Vichai owns Thailand’s Duty-free chain King Power. The billionaire had taken over the then-second division side Leicester City in 2010, and since then, a lot of money into the club invested. Under his guidance, the climb to reach the Premier League and the sensational winning of the championship in 2016.