Another body has been found inside a Glasgow pub – after a police helicopter crashed into the roof on Friday, November 29.
The discovery raises the death toll to nine people, including three crew members.
Thirty two people were injured when the helicopter crashed into the roof of the busy Clutha bar at 22:25 local time, on Friday.
The helicopter has now been removed from the site, allowing emergency crews to begin a full search of the building.
Scottish police say they cannot rule out the possibility of more bodies being found.
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