Helicopter chief at crash site as funeral of pilot announced

The chief pilot of the company that owned the police helicopter which crashed on to the Clutha pub has visited the scene.

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Helicopter boss Andy Rooney visited the crash site
Helicopter boss Andy Rooney visited the crash site

Andy Rooney, of Bond Helicopters, read tributes - including one from the firm, pictured above - left near the crash site.

Meanwhile, it has been announced that the first funeral will take place in Glasgow tomorrow.

Helicopter pilot David Traill, 51, is to be laid to rest after a funeral in the city.

His company have described him as "the epitome of the consumate professiona" and a "legend".

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