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Helicopter firm 'dismissed fears'

Oil workers who expressed concerns about their helicopters were reportedly told to put on "big boy pants" in the weeks before the crash off Shetland that killed four people.

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Police reach out to support helicopter victims' families

Police Scotland confirmed the fourth and final body from Friday evening's helicopter crash two miles off the Shetland coast has been recovered from the wreckage. The statement read:

The fourth person was recovered from the wreckage a short time ago and we have deployed family liaison officers to support those who have lost loved ones. We are also working with the industry to help support all of those affected.

– Police Scotland

Two people remain in Lerwick hospital with non-life threatening images, while 12 others involved in the crash were released from hospital yesterday.

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