Survivors and relatives of 10 people killed when police helicopter crashed in 2013 express frustration at delay

An inquiry into the deaths of 10 people killed when a police helicopter crashed on the Clutha pub in Glasgow will take place nearly five years after the tragedy.

The Crown Office, which announced the long-awaited fatal accident inquiry (FAI) on Friday morning, confirmed that no criminal charges would be brought after the helicopter ran out of fuel and crashed while returning to base on the banks of the Clyde. Its three crew members died along with seven customers in the Clutha.

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