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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Ten people were killed and 31 injured when the police helicopter crashed through the roof of the Clutha Vaults bar in Glasgow in November 2013.
Pilot David Traill along with crew members Tony Collins and Kirsty Nelis died when the aircraft crashed on to the roof of the Clutha Vaults.
The pilot, two crew members and seven customers in the Clutha bar, in Glasgow, were killed when the Police Scotland aircraft crashed on to the roof of the building on November 29, 2013.
Ten people died when a police helicopter crashed onto the roof of the Clutha pub in Glasgow in November 2013.
We have worked together with Trossachs Search and Rescue for many years in searches in the Central Belt and in the Outer Hebrides but his work at the Clutha alongside Jess and Glen proved how valuable our dogs are.
"And our walkers will be heading to the Clutha after the walk for a celebration party."
Archbishop Philip Tartaglia, who led the memorial, spoke about visiting the Clutha. He said: "The tragedy brought out the good and the selfless and the compassionate in people.
This is also in consideration of the other people who were in the Clutha bar and those who attended the scene in the aftermath.
Charles met members of the emergency services at The Clutha bar in Glasgow, where tragedy struck a week ago.
Both Nick Clegg and Alex Salmond signed a book of condolence at Glasgow City Chambers, while Mr Clegg also visited the site of the crash at the Clutha bar, and met emergency service workers and members of the community.
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.