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Kobe Bryant and daughter Gianna are laid to rest in a private family ceremony

Two weeks after their death, Kobe Bean Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna were put in private service in a helicopter crash to rest.

The funeral service was stopped on Friday at Pacific View Memorial Park in Corona del Mar, California, with no photographers present.

Information about the ceremony was revealed in death certificates issued by the Department of Health of the Los Angeles district, stating funeral as the type of deposition for both Bryant and Gianna.

The certificates mentioned the causes of death as blunt trauma and indicated that they died in a “fast” way during the crash of January 26 in the hills of Calabasas.

Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna Bryant attend a basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Atlanta Hawks at Staples Center on November 17, 2019 in Los Angeles

Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna Bryant attend a basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Atlanta Hawks at Staples Center on November 17, 2019 in Los Angeles

The funeral for Kobe Bryant and daughter Gianna took place on Friday in Pacific View Mortuary (above) in Corona del Mar.

The funeral for Kobe Bryant and daughter Gianna took place on Friday in Pacific View Mortuary (above) in Corona del Mar.

The funeral for Kobe Bryant and daughter Gianna took place on Friday in Pacific View Mortuary (above) in Corona del Mar.

Death certificates mentioned funeral as the type of deposit for both Bryant and Gianna

Death certificates mentioned funeral as the type of deposit for both Bryant and Gianna

Death certificates mentioned funeral as the type of deposit for both Bryant and Gianna

The blast was the first to report the death certificates.

Seven others aboard the helicopter died in the crash, and on Monday a public memorial service was held for three of them: baseball coach John Altobelli, his wife, Keri and daughter Alyssa.

Several thousand people flowed into the stadium in Anaheim, California on Monday for a public memorial in honor of the award-winning coach of Orange Coast College baseball, known for leading his team to four state titles and helping his young players grow and develop on and off the field.

Dozens of them were in the stadium, along with members of current local university teams, who wore their jerseys.

“We have no idea how many teachers, police officers, firefighters, fathers and spouses he helped develop,” his old friend Josh Belovsky told the crowd. “Those are the victories he cherished the most.”

The 56-year-old coach known as ‘Alto’ won over 700 games during his 27-year coaching of the team and was named coach of the year by the American Baseball Coaches Association last year.

The fire brigade of the city of Anaheim displays the American flag as fans arrive for a memorial service in honor of baseball coach John Altobelli, his wife Keri and their daughter Alyssa at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on Monday

The fire brigade of the city of Anaheim displays the American flag as fans arrive for a memorial service in honor of baseball coach John Altobelli, his wife Keri and their daughter Alyssa at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on Monday

The fire brigade of the city of Anaheim displays the American flag as fans arrive for a memorial service in honor of baseball coach John Altobelli, his wife Keri and their daughter Alyssa at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on Monday

Coach John Altobelli, 56, far right, his wife, Keri, 43, second from left, and his daughter Alyssa, 13, left, also died in the helicopter crash that killed Bryant in Calabasas on January 26

Coach John Altobelli, 56, far right, his wife, Keri, 43, second from left, and his daughter Alyssa, 13, left, also died in the helicopter crash that killed Bryant in Calabasas on January 26

Coach John Altobelli, 56, far right, his wife, Keri, 43, second from left, and his daughter Alyssa, 13, left, also died in the helicopter crash that killed Bryant in Calabasas on January 26

People shine their cell phone lights at the end of a memorial service for coach John Altobelli, his wife Keri and their daughter Alyssa at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Monday

People shine their cell phone lights at the end of a memorial service for coach John Altobelli, his wife Keri and their daughter Alyssa at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Monday

People shine their cell phone lights at the end of a memorial service for coach John Altobelli, his wife Keri and their daughter Alyssa at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Monday

A public memorial is also scheduled for Bryant on February 24 at the Staples Center. The date is a tribute to the ’24’ number that Bryant wore since the 2006-07 season.

Bryant’s wife Vanessa said Monday in an Instagram message that she was both grieving and angry about the loss of her husband and daughter.

Vanessa Bryant, 37, has had few public appearances since the crash that killed her husband, daughter and seven others and said in social media that she had been “reluctant” to put her feelings into words.

“My brain refuses to accept that both Kobe and Gigi are gone,” she said, using a nickname for her daughter. ‘I cannot process both at the same time. It is as if I am trying to process that Kobe is gone, but my body refuses to accept that my Gigi will never come back to me. “

Vanessa said she was angry about the loss of both her husband and her daughter and that she had to remind herself to be strong for the three surviving daughters of the couple.

The jerseys of the late Los Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant, right, and his daughter Gianna are draped on the seats where the last two were at Staples Center, prior to an NBA basketball game from Lakers

The jerseys of the late Los Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant, right, and his daughter Gianna are draped on the seats where the last two were at Staples Center, prior to an NBA basketball game from Lakers

The jerseys of the late Los Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant, right, and his daughter Gianna are draped on the seats where the last two were at Staples Center, prior to an NBA basketball game from Lakers

Vanessa (photo L-R with Bryant, their daughter Natalia and Gianna) said she wanted to openly share her feelings and thoughts in case “there is someone who has experienced such a loss”

“God, I wish they were here and this nightmare would be over,” she said. “Praying for all the victims of this terrible tragedy. Please continue to pray for everyone. “

The death of Bryant, eighteen times all-star in the National Basketball Association and one of the world’s most admired sports figures, sparked a stream of shock and sorrow from fans and fellow athletes around the world.

The retired Los Angeles Lakers had been on his way to a youth basketball tournament in which he coached and his daughter and two other girls on board the luxury chopper would fight.

Federal investigators have not yet established a cause for the crash in Calabasas, California, outside of Los Angeles, but have said that the helicopter was flying in dense fog and that there was no evidence of engine failure.

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