A helicopter crash outside of Los Angeles on Sunday killed the legend of basketball Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Jane and seven other people were taken to a flying basketball tournament. All nine people died aboard the helicopter when it crashed in a “remote” field in Calabasas, California. At 10:00 on Sunday. The victims’ remains were recovered Tuesday and finals so far, Bryant, Ara Zobayan and two other pilot have been identified, according to the Associated Press. Family members and local news reports have identified the others killed in the crash as Bryant daughter Gianna, Gianna of fellow basketball team Alyssa Altobelli, his mother and his father Keri, John. An assistant basketball coach, Christina Mauser, was also killed in the crash, it was like Payton Chester, other fellow basketball team and Payton’s mother, Sarah. Here’s what we know so far about the disaster victims. Kobe Bryant Bryant sudden death shocked the world on Sunday, and leaves behind a complicated, long tradition. Bryant all time as one of the most iconic basketball player remembered. The former player of the Los Angeles Lakers, five-time NBA champion and two-time Olympic champion has died at age 41. Full view to see the time of Bryant’s life and career here. Gianna Bryant nicknamed Gigi, Gianna Bryant, 13, was following in his father’s basketball steps. The second oldest of four children Bryant and his wife Vanessa Bryant, Gianna attended Harbor Day School in Newport Beach, the Los Angeles Times. Bryant said in 2018 that Gianna “hellbent” Basketball is to play at the University of Connecticut. Eventually you will be playing for the WNBA. Gianna played basketball at Mamba Sports Academy, a training center in Thousand Oaks, Calif. And it was reported on the road to the Academy, along with his father and several teammates to play in a basketball tournament. Bryant, the team trained the plant, according to the Times. John, Keri and Alyssa John Altobelli Altobelli, baseball coach at Orange Coast College, was aboard the helicopter with his wife, Keri, and his youngest daughter, Alyssa, Orange Coast College (OCC) Pirate Athletics. OCC Athletic Director Jason Kehler said Altobelli, 56, was about to begin his 28th season as manager of the school’s baseball team. Altobelli Kehler called a “tremendous coach and even better friend,” adding that it was an “extraordinary mentor” for students and athletes he trains and teaches. Altobelli led the baseball team of more than 700 wins in his 27 years with the team. “Alto was one of the best men I’ve ever met,” associate head coach Nate Johnson said a large group that gathered at the ballpark of the school on Sunday. “If your child has played for him, treats him like a son. If he you train you, he treats her like a brother. If you worked for him, you were a part of his family. I do not know what else to say. I do not have words. “Altobelli the 13 year old daughter, Alyssa, was a teammate of basketball Gianna Bryant and was on the helicopter with their parents when it crashed. The family survived by John and Keri son, J. J., and daughter Lexi. Sarah and Sarah Payton Chester, 45, and her daughter, Payton, 13, were on board the helicopter when it crashed, said family members. The mother and daughter were living in Orange County. Payton has played on the basketball team Mamba with Gianna and Alyssa, her uncle and Sarah’s brother, Andy George, he told The Orange County Register. George Payton described as “the nicest person you would ever meet.” Her younger sister Sarah was “what everyone expected,” he said. “We are heartbroken,” said George. “We have always tried to be there for each other and we were very close.” Survivor The mother and daughter are the husband and father, Chris, and children and brothers and Hayden Riley, according to the Register. Payton previously visited Harborview Elementary School, after a Facebook reminder written by its main ex, Todd Schmidt. Schmidt described the Chesters as “dedicated, supportive, encouraging and full of malice.” “As the world lost a dynamic athlete and humanitarian mourn, I mourn the loss of two people so important,” he wrote. “Their action was just as useful for their loss will only be palpable, and our hearts are broken.” Christina Mauser assistant coach at Bryant Mamba Academy basketball team, Christina Mauser, 38, was killed in a helicopter crash. “It ‘s terrible. I have three young children, and just trying to figure out how to navigate life with her three children and no mother,” Christina husband Matt Mauser, said on Monday NBC Today Show. Mauser said Bryant personally Christina chooses as coach “because it was amazing,” and described him as hilarious, fun, be warm and bright. “Knew how to find out,” he said. “She was incredibly deep.” The couple as a teacher at the private school operates daughters visited Bryant said Mauser, noticed and serves both as a basketball and assistant basketball coach. Bryant that Christina had “an extraordinary spirit” for basketball and took her to his coaching staff. Mauser, said his wife to the defensive end of the basketball a special talent. “His mother called the defense – MOD”, said Ara Zobayan the helicopter pilot with Kobe Bryant, Gianna Bryant and six other passengers also died in the crash and. It has been identified since 2007 as Ara Zobayan, a commercial pilot’s license, according to records from the Federal Aviation Administration. Zobayan, of Huntington Beach, Calif., Has also been a flight and ground instructor certified by the FAA. Darren Kemp, flight students Zobayan, told the Los Angeles Times that he knew that his teacher would be helicopter transports Kobe Bryant. “Do not let fly the opposite, but Ara,” said Kemp. Kemp has described Zobayan as a dedicated teacher committed to the success of students, according to the Times. The recordings show Zobayan contact with air traffic controllers before the accident helicopter pilot was given special visual flight rules at a distance so that in start worse than normal conditions, the Washington Post reported on Monday.