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Glasgow helicopter crash leaves eight dead

The three occupants of the aircraft - two police officers and a civilian pilot - were among those killed, Police Scotland said.
Five other people lost their lives in the Clutha bar after the helicopter came through the roof of the lively city nightspot.
The pub had been packed with more than 100 people watching a band when the crash happened at 10.25pm.
Police say a rescue and recovery operation is continuing at the premises - suggesting people may still be trapped in the building.

Fourteen people remain seriously injured in hospitals in Glasgow.
A major investigation is under way by police along with the air accident investigation branch.
Rescue teams worked through the night to try to pull people from the wreckage of the pub.
Meanwhile, the Queen has said her thoughts and prayers were with the victims of the crash.
Eyewitnesses have described the helicopter "falling like a stone" on to the roof, while some have suggested that there was a problem with the aircraft's rotor.
Grace MacLean, who was inside the pub when the helicopter struck, told Sky News: "Someone started shouting and the band cut the music ... and then all of a sudden this cloud of dust came.
"You couldn't breathe for inhaling a mouthful of dust. You couldn't see anything. You were clawing at the walls to see where the exit is."
William Byrne, who was listening to the band with his brother, said: "There was a huge bang and there was a couple of seconds of almost stillness after this band and then the whole other side of the pub from where I was collapsed and then the roof and gantry of the bar collapsed."
Footage showed confusion outside the pub in the moments after the helicopter hit the roof and those inside the building told how it was 15 minutes before they knew what had happened.
People at the scene told how they worked to form a human chain to carry unconscious people out of the pub.
Among the helpers was Labour's international development spokesman Jim Murphy, who told Sky News: "I just saw dozens and dozens of people

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