>> The charred remains of a helicopter that crashed Saturday night carrying billionaire soccer club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and his daughter, also on board were two pilots and a fifth unidentified person. It is still not known if any of them survived.
Father of four, Vichai is the owner of Leicester City soccer club, widely celebrated for stirring them into a 2016 Premier League victory that stunned the soccer world.
The helicopter took off about an hour after a match against West Ham and then crashed in the club's car park. Witnesses report that it cleared the top of the stadium and then started to spin before plummeting to the ground and bursting into flames. Vichai is the founder of duty free giant, King Power International and he also owns a Belgian football club.
According to Forbes Magazine, Vichai is the fifth richest person in Thailand with an estimated net worth of 4.9 billion dollars. He pumped millions of pounds into the club, helping them be promoted to the premier club in 2014. Their victory in 2016 saw them beating the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea, a previously unthinkable feat.
On Sunday morning, fans arrived at the stadium to lay flowers, still waiting for news of their beloved owner's fate. Meanwhile, Leicester's leading player had sent messages of support on Twitter and rival clubs including Manchester City also voiced their concern.