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Glasgow helicopter crash: 'No further fatalities' - Police

2 December 2013 Last updated at 22:52 GMT

The Glasgow helicopter crash search and rescue operation has revealed no further fatalities, police have said.

Air accident investigators said the police helicopter had made a "vertical descent" before it struck The Clutha pub at 22:25 on Friday.

The three helicopter crew died in the incident, along with six people inside the pub.

Speaking at a news conference, Deputy Chief Constable Rose Fitzpatrick of Police Scotland said: "I can confirm that the search and recovery operation has now concluded and that there are no further fatalities at the scene."

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