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The two police officers and civilian pilot killed when the helicopter they were travelling in crashed have become the first people to be recorded in the Police Scotland Roll of Honour.
The single national force for Scotland was formed in April 2013 out of eight separate regional forces.
Scotland's First Minister has paid tribute to the four people who lost their lives when a police helicopter crashed into a crowded bar in Glasgow on Friday night:
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have sent their "most heartfelt thoughts and sympathy to the families of those who were lost or injured in Friday's truly shocking helicopter accident in Glasgow".
Officials from Fire Brigades Union Scotland have laid flowers at the site of the fatal helicopter crash in Glasgow.
Victims of the Glasgow helicopter crash have been remembered at a service in the city's cathedral, as the rescue and recovery operation continues at the Clutha pub continues.
Scottish Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill and Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon were among those in attendance.
Special prayers will be said for the victims of the police helicopter crash inside Glasgow Cathedral later today, as the city begins to come to terms with what has happened.
Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill is due to attend.
The impact of the Glasgow helicopter tragedy will be felt by all the extended police family, the manager of the Police Roll of Honour Trust has said, after it was revealed that eight people had died in the incident.
Steve Lloyd of the trust, which remembers officers who lost their lives in the line of duty, said:
Northern Ireland's First Minister Peter Robinson and the deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness expressed their sadness following the helicopter crash in Glasgow.
Mr Robinson said: "I want to express my sorrow and sympathies to all those bereaved and injured in this tragic incident". Mr McGuinness added:
Special prayers will be said and candles lit for the victims at a service at Glasgow Cathedral tomorrow.
Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill will attend the service at 11am.
Scottish Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said that the thoughts of "everybody across Scotland" are with the bereaved.
She said: "It is impossible to imagine the grief and loss they are experiencing but they should know that the thoughts and prayers of everybody across Scotland are with them at this unimaginably difficult time.
"Our thoughts are also with those who remain in hospital. We all hope and pray that those who have suffered injuries make a full and speedy recovery ...
"The police are not just dealing with a very complex incident, they are also dealing with the loss of colleagues, which makes this situation all the more difficult for them."