Clutha


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Clutha

a river in New Zealand, the longest river in South Island; rising in the Southern Alps it flows southeast to the Pacific. Length: 338 km (210 miles)
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The report also reveals that in the months prior to the crash, a series of repairs were made to faulty fuel sensors in the Clutha helicopter's tanks.
Following the Clutha crash, the AAIB has recommended that the CAA "requires" all police helicopters to be "equipped with a recording capability that captures data, audio and images in crash survivable memory".
It said: "Wee Fire at the Clutha - Nothing to worry about
Archbishop Philip Tartaglia, who led the memorial, spoke about visiting the Clutha.
The Clutha Vaults pub in Glasgow following the tragedy that killed 10 people ALASDAIR MACLEOD
This is also in consideration of the other people who were in the Clutha bar and those who attended the scene in the aftermath.
Nick Clegg lays flowers at the Clutha bar and, inset, the crash scene
The aircraft plunged through the flat roof of the Clutha Vaults pub on the banks of the river Clyde, as 120 people were listening to a live band.
The pilot and two constables on board were among those killed when the aircraft came down on to the roof of the Clutha Vaults bar in Glasgow on Friday night.
Eight people died after the police helicopter crashed into the roof of the crowded Clutha pub on Friday night.
The Clutha, a popular Glasgow pub, was filled with revelers enjoying a local ska band on Friday night, the eve of St.
The crash took place on Friday at 22:25 at the Clutha in Stockwell Street.