Leicester City's Owner's Helicopter Crashes At Stadium

Leicester City's King Power Stadium

Leicester City's King Power Stadium

It is not clear who was on board the helicopter or what condition those impacted are in.

Witnesses said the aircraft spiralled to the ground shortly after taking off from the centre the pitch before bursting into a "ball of flames".

After this evening's Premier League clash between Leicester City and West Ham United at the King Power Stadium, tragedy struck when a helicopter crash occurred in the club's auto park.

The incident occurred in the King Power Stadium's auto park, where police cars and emergency services rushed towards an area where flames were clearly visible before the area was evacuated.

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Leicestershire police have confirmed they are "aware and dealing" with an incident outside the ground.

The Foxes had just drawn 1-1 with West Ham in the Premier League.

With emergency services arriving on the scene, the helicopter could be seen engulfed in flames.

Srivaddhanaprabha gets picked up by his helicopter on the pitch at the King Power after every Leicester home game.

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"I hope they're OK".

East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust tweeted: "We are also in attendance and will update when possible".

More details to follow.

Srivaddhanaprabha bought Leicester in 2010 and became chairman the following February.

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