It's been one year since the night a helicopter belonging to the Chairman of Leicester City Football Club crashed outside the stadium.
The five people on board the helicopter died in the crash - the club chairman, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, pilot Eric Swaffer and his partner Izabela Lechowicz, and two of Khun Vichai's staff, Nusara Suknamai and Kaveporn Punpare.
In the year since the crash, Leicester has mourned, paid tribute and united, to honour the legacy created by the club chairman.
On the night of Saturday 27th October 2018, a helicopter belonging to the chairman of Leicester City Football Club took off from the pitch in the King Power Stadium after a match.
On board was the club chairman, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, pilot Eric Swaffer and his partner Izabela Lechowicz, and two of Khun Vichai's staff, Nusara Suknamai and Kaveporn Punpare.
Shortly after taking off at 7.37pm,the helicopter began to rapidly descend and dropped out of the sky, crashing onto a clearing next to the King Power Stadium.
All five people on board died in the crash.
What has happened in the year since the crash?
Leicester has mourned, paid tribute and united, to honour the legacy created by the club chairman, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
Khun Vichai's son, Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha succeeded his father, as the chairman of Leicester City Football Club in August, while his brother, Apichet took the role of Vice Chairman.
Vichai donated £2million towards the Leicester Children's Hospital Appeal in 2016 - the charity will now name the new children's intensive care units in his honour.
Thousands of Leicester City fans walked through the city last weekend, singing Vichai's name through the streets, marching to remember the five who died.
A memorial garden will open this weekend on the site of the accident, next to the King Power stadium, in honour of Vichai and the four who died.
All floral tributes left since the accident will be composted and used to support the growth and development of the new planting scheme within the garden.
What happened in Leicester right after the crash?
Leicester was thrust into the world's spotlight for weeks - fans, players and clubs across the world sending tributes, paying their respects and thousands visiting the King Power stadium.
Fans organised a 5000/1 march through the city, ahead of Leicester’s match against Burnley, their first home game since the crash.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who were friends of Khun Vichai, visited the site of the crash at the end of November, greeted by Vichai's family.
Prince William spoke at the King Power Stadium to supporters, club staff, 999 employees and the relatives of those who died.
Tens of thousands floral tributes were laid outside the King Power stadium following the crash.
What caused the crash?
Initial findings in the investigation found that the crash was caused by a pin that had come loose in the tail rotor control mechanism.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) published its first report on the crash in November 2018.
The wreckage of the aircraft was taken away from outside the ground to the AAIB's specialist investigation site in Farnborough on 1 November.
Safety checks were ordered on the tail rotors of helicopters similar to the aircraft that crashed.
The full findings of the investigation are expected to be published later this year.