The aA helicopter crash where the owner of Leicester City club of the English Premier League and four other people died was caused by mechanical failure, the researchers said on Thursday.
The accident accident investigation agency said that the mechanism that connects the pilot's with the tail propellers is disconnected, which led to a non-control that turned to the right when the device collapsed.
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the Thai businessman of the club's business, died when the plane went off next to the King Power stadium after a game of the Premier, held on October 27.
The researchers presented the new information on Thursday, following a thorough audit of the helicopter control system. The agency will continue to investigate the case to find out more about the event.
A video of the accident seems to show that parts of the tail propeller fall off in the middle of the air.