The area outside King Power Stadium to leave flowers and football memorabilia is almost full as fans pay their respects following Saturday’s helicopter crash.

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It’s understood that the helicopter, which crashed in a parking lot just outside the stadium moments after take-off, belonged to Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, but neither the club nor Leicestershire Police have revealed the identities or status of the passengers aboard.

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Scores of people made their way to the stadium, where Leicester City drew 1-1 with 10-man West Ham United on Saturday, with various offerings such as bouquets, football jerseys, and flags.

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Supporters from other clubs, such as Liverpool, have also visited the stadium to honour the victims.

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The Leicestershire Police said Sunday that they are working with numerous agencies in order to release a public update on the incident.

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On Sunday, Leicester manager Claude Puel spoke with a French radio station to confirm he is “fine” following a report that he was on board the helicopter. The Frenchman added that he is “terribly sad” by the events that unfolded shortly after Saturday’s match.

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