Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, were killed in a terrible helicopter crash. They were not the only lives lost that day as seven others were also on that flight. Now families of two of those victims won a big victory in court.

According to TMZ, two families of people on that helicopter reached a settlement with Los Angles County. There are two other cases, including Bryant’s, who are still in a legal battle with the county.

A total of $2.5 million will be approved between the families of Christine Mauser and Keri, John, and Alyssa Altobelli. Matthew Altobelli will receive $1.5 million and each child will split $1.25 million.

This is a big win in court, but it won’t take the pain of the loss away at all. Our thoughts are still with all those involved as they continue the grieving process.

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