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.
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.
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.
Supporters from other clubs, such as Liverpool, have also visited the stadium to honour the victims.
The Leicestershire Police said Sunday that they are working with numerous agencies in order to release a public update on the incident.
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.