What the Scottish papers say

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The bin lorry crash that killed six people again dominates the front pages of Scotland's papers.

The Daily Record says the victims of the tragedy were named as Scotland rallied to support the families devastated by the disaster.

"Lost Souls" is the headline in the Scottish Sun.

It says three members of the same family were among six people killed in the runaway bin truck carnage.

"No words can describe the pain says family as victims revealed" is the headline in The Herald.

Tributes have been paid to the six victims, including three from the same family, who were killed when a bin lorry lost control in Glasgow city centre, says the Scotsman.

"Devastating" is the Scottish Daily Mail headline.

It says three members of the same family died in Glasgow's horror bin lorry crash as they enjoyed a Christmas shopping trip.

"A city's heart lies in pieces" says the Daily Express.

The Times claims a mother was mourning the loss of her parents and her teenage daughter after a council bin lorry accelerated through a crowded shopping street in Glasgow city centre on Monday, killing six people.

"Mother saw three of her family die in lorry horror" says the Telegraph.

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