Three members of of the same family killed when a bin lorry crashed in Glasgow before Christmas have been laid to rest after a funeral in Dumbarton.
Up to 1,000 mourners joined together to pay a final tribute to teenager Erin McQuade and her grandparents Jack Sweeney, 68, and Lorraine Sweeney, 69.
Some 700 people packed in to St Patrick's RC Church in Dumbarton, where the family live, for a joint requiem mass for the teenager and her grandparents, with hundreds more mourners standing outside.
Archbishop Tartaglia said Jack and Lorraine had been "responsible for creating a loving family who were very close to each other" and he told mourners:
Erin's brothers Liam, 15, and Aiden, 14, and little sister Niamh, six, were all at the service, with their mother Jacqueline, 43, and their father Matthew, 49. Glasgow City Council leader Gordon Matheson, Scottish Justice Secretary Michael Matheson and Jackie Baillie, the Labour MSP for Dumbarton, were also among the mourners.
Six people were killed and 10 more injured after the lorry lost control in the city's Queen Street and George Square on 22nd December.
The private church service was led by Archbishop Philip Tartaglia, the Archbishop of Glasgow, who previously told a memorial mass that he wept with the woman who saw her teenage daughter and both parents die almost in front of her.
Today he told how the accident had piled "tragedy on tragedy and sadness on sadness" on the family