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No mechanical fault found Investigators have found no evidence of engine or gearbox failure in the police helicopter which crashed into a busy pub in Glasgow killing nine people...The report also stated the Police Scotland helicopter had about 95
The Prince of Wales is preparing to meet some of the emergency workers who were involved in the Glasgow helicopter crash operation. Prince Charles is to visit the city on Friday, a week after the police helicopter crashed onto the Clutha bar...The
Experts are examining the police helicopter which crashed into a crowded bar, killing nine people. Tragedy struck at Glasgow's busy Clutha bar on Friday night when a police helicopter dropped like a stone on to the roof of the building. Six people
Head, Safety and Accident Investigation Centre at Cranfield University Head of Air Transport Department at Cranfield University Following any aircraft accident, the first priority has to be the rescue of injured people and the recovery of those who
Victim named The body of Gary Arthur was recovered from the scene, police said Police have named one of the eight people who died after a helicopter crashed into a busy Glasgow pub. Gary Arthur, 48, was from the Paisley area, Police Scotland said.
In the latest incident, the investigation team, which is based at Farnborough in Hampshire, will be able to talk to eyewitnesses. The investigators will want to know what those in the vicinity saw and what they heard. Their accounts could give
Pilots 'failed to spot reduced airspeed' Four people died when the Super Puma crashed on 23 August Air accident investigators have said a reduction in airspeed that caused the fatal crash of a helicopter off Shetland was not noticed by the pilots.
No 'causal technical failure' yet found The cause of the helicopter crash into the sea off Shetland is still being probed No evidence of a "causal technical failure" for the Shetland Super Puma tragedy has been found so far, investigators have said.
Super Puma helicopter flights are to resume in the coming days, it has been decided, as the flight recorders from the aircraft which crashed off Shetland were recovered. The helicopter plunged into the sea as it approached Sumburgh airport on the
Crash investigators are continuing to search the sea around Shetland in the hope of finding the black box recorder from a helicopter that plunged into the water on Friday, killing four oil workers. The aircraft's operator, CHC, has grounded all Super