The world has watched with shock, but also wonder, at how the Leicester City family has come together this week, as the story of Saturday night's helicopter crash unfolded.
Here is how Leicester, and the football club, have expressed their grief and thanks at the tragic death of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
The world watched in horror as the images emerged of a routine helicopter ascent from the centre of the King Power stadium's pitch, before it started spinning and dropped out of the sky into the darkness beyond the stadium walls.
But, as the tributes grew every hour outside the ground, people have drawn comfort from the solidarity the footballing world has shown each other, and the family of Chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
Saturday 27 October
Around 8:30 in the evening the emergency services start to receive calls about a major incident at the King Power stadium in Leicester
It's confirmed the helicopter belonging to chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha has crashed into a car park outside the stadium. Those inside and their condition is not confirmed but the worst is feared.
Sunday 28 October
Flowers start appearing at the King Power stadium.
Late at night it is confirmed that all five people on board the helicopter died, and that one of those was chairman, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
The Diwali lights celebration takes place with a sombre note.
Monday 29 October
Tributes start to flood in, including from the Prime Minister and the Duke of Cambridge.
Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha pays tribute to his father at the stadium with a wreath along with the players and their manager.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch confirms they recovered the digital flight data recorder on Sunday afternoon.
Civic buildings in Leicester are lit up blue.
Tuesday 30 October
A book of condolence opens.
Buddhist monks perform outside the stadium in tribute.
Tonight's match is postponed.
Fans gather outside the stadium to chant 'Champions of England, you made us sing that'.
Wednesday 31 October
Nigel Pearson pays tribute.
A 5000/1 walk on Saturday is planned.
Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha writes an emotional tribute saying "I miss you dad, with all of my heart."
Thursday 1 November
Claudio Ranieri lays a wreath at the King Power stadium.
Claude Puel holds his first press conference since the crash, saying that the chairman made the club 'a family'
His funeral is announced for Saturday in Thailand.
Part of the wreckage starts to be removed.
Firefighters who tried desperately to save the five victims pay their respects.
Friday 2 November
A giant flag is made to display at the Cardiff match
Bells ring across Leicester in memory of the helicopter crash victims.
Saturday 3 November
The funeral ceremonies begin in Thailand
Leicester City play their first match since the crash, away at Cardiff