Deputy Chief Constable of Police Scotland, Rose Fitzpatrick
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Glasgow helicopter crash: Clarity for families 'a priority'

Rescuers have removed a helicopter which crashed into a busy Glasgow pub killing at least nine people.

The wreckage of the Police Scotland aircraft was winched from The Clutha, where it came down at 22:25 GMT on Friday. The body of a ninth victim has been removed.

Deputy Chief Constable of Police Scotland, Rose Fitzpatrick, said it was ''a difficult and complex'' operation.

''The uncertainty for the families of those that have died is at the front of our minds,'' she added.

  • 02 Dec 2013
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