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This new video shows the moment when Thai businessman Agusta Westland violently twisted £ 6m of Leicester City owner's AW169 (helicopter) before plummeting out of the sky at terrifying speed.

The first white smoke when starting the aircraft engine was harmless and probably not the cause of the accident.

Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and four others died in front of the stadium a few hours later on Saturday after Foxes drew 1-1 against West Ham.

An aviation expert and a former RAF Puma crew member believed in a problem with the tail rotor could have led to disaster.

He said to TheSun:

"It's so shocking to see. From the video, it definitely seems to be a problem with the tail rotor.

"Either they lost control or lost power, which is every pilot's worst nightmare.

As soon as this happens, the hull turns opposite to the main rotors.

"There is no real coming back from it. The only way is down.

"The pilot has done incredible work.

"He obviously waited until the helicopter left the stadium and then shut it down."

He continued:

"What's really strange is seeing the pilot checking the ground and the tail rotor being in order.

"Only seconds later it starts and the helicopter is out of control.

"It's just a nightmare. The Aircraft Accident Investigation Department is incredibly thorough. We will not know the root cause until their investigation is complete. "

Leicester City will travel by bus instead of flying in Cardiff's Premier League on Saturday as it believes it would be insensitive given the circumstances of the chairman's tragic death.

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