The bodies of three victims who were killed when a helicopter plunged into the North Sea last week were returned to mainland UK today.
It comes as the helicopter operator promised a "painstaking" investigation into what caused the incident.
The family of Gary McCrossan, one of the oil workers killed, paid a warm tribute to him today as a "loving guy who was full of life".
ITV News reporter Ben Chapman reports:
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