Moving tributes have been paid to the pilot killed in the Glasgow helicopter crash as around 700 mourners attended his funeral. A week after the tragedy that claimed nine lives, David Traill, 51, was described as "the greatest friend a man could hope for" in the service at Glasgow University. Friends, family and former colleagues from the RAF and the emergency services gathered at Bute Hall for the memorial led by Reverend Stuart MacQuarrie.
Video: Funeral tribute to Glasgow helicopter crash pilot
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