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Shetland helicopter crash: Call to ground Super Pumas

25 August 2013 Last updated at 19:11 BST

All Super Puma helicopters should be grounded after a crash off Shetland claimed the lives of four people, a safety group says.

The Helicopter Safety Steering Group (HSSG) said this should include four different models.

Earlier CHC, which operated the helicopter that crashed two miles west of Sumburgh Airport on Friday, said it would suspend Super Puma L2 flights.

Laura Bicker reports.

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