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Mother on 'traumatic five years' of Super Puma inquiry

13 February 2014 Last updated at 18:28 GMT

A fatal accident inquiry into the 2009 Super Puma crash in the North Sea in which 16 men died has ended.

The lawyer representing the families used his final submission to criticise the investigation into the crash.

Audrey Wood, whose son was killed in the crash, said: "This has been the most horrific traumatic five years of strung-out emotional upsets for all 16 families and friends".

BBC Scotland's Steven Duff reports from Aberdeen Townhouse were the inquiry was held.

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