The wreckage of a police helicopter which crashed in Glasgow on Friday has been removed from the site on the back of a lorry. Police officers lined the streets as it passed.
Labour's shadow Scottish secretary Margaret Curran has said the "families and others need answers" in regard to Friday's helicopter crash.
"We must establish what happened on Friday night to prevent such tragedies in the future," she said, adding that it was important to take a cross-party approach to this.
Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael has praised the "outstanding work of the emergency services" after the helicopter crash in Glasgow, saying that they responded "magnificently".
In a statement in the House of Commons, he said that many of the customers in the Clutha Bar, and other passers-by, also responded "with no thought for their personal safety".
He said that there is still a possibility that further casualties may be found in the bar.
Two sisters who were in the Clutha Bar when the helicopter hit say they felt compelled to return to the scene to see it being removed today.
Nancy Primrose and Ann Faulds were separated during the incident and falsely believed each other had died, before being reunited.
Eurocopter has tasked an air accident team to assist the UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) in its investigation. The helicopter manufacturer said in a statement:
Our thoughts are with the victims, their families, and the teams and individuals involved in the rescue operations.
There are some 1,100 EC135 helicopters - like the one that crashed in Glasgow - in service across the world, according to the company. They are a popular choice with emergency services in the UK.
The helicopter which crashed into a pub in Glasgow killing nine people did not explode because the fuel box remained intact, investigators have said.
Air crash investigators will now complete a forensic search of the scene following the removal of the helicopter wreckage this morning.
Firefighters, ambulance staff and police officers formed a guard of honour and saluted two private ambulances as they left the scene of the helicopter crash.
Two private ambulances, escorted by Police Scotland outriders, left the scene of the tragedy an hour after the aircraft was winched out of the roof.
Nine bodies have now been recovered from the wreckage.
Air accident investigators said there was no mayday call from the pilot of a helicopter that crashed into a pub in Glasgow on Friday night.
STV senior reporter Mike Edwards wrote on Twitter:
Accident investigators say helicopter was intact when it crashed, there was no mayday from pilot & there is no link with any other crashes.
Air accident investigators say there was no explosion & no fire. They'll analyse any data captured on on board cctv and other systems.
Nine bodies have now been removed from the scene of the Glasgow helicopter crash, rescuers have confirmed.
The wreckage of the police helicopter which crashed into the pub on Friday night was successfully removed this morning.
Pilot David Traill, who lost his life in the helicopter crash in Glasgow on Friday, used to work for RAF Odiham in Hampshire.
Here he is talking about flying a Chinook with the RAF Odiham display team at 2007's Royal International Air Tattoo in Gloucestershire.