Scottish Helo Crash Probe Finds Pilot Ignored Warnings

LONDON—A Scottish Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) into a 2013 helicopter crash that killed 10 people in Glasgow has concluded the pilot ignored low fuel warnings. The inquiry found that the pilot, Iain Traill, had “took a chance” that the low fuel warnings he received were erroneous, Sheriff Principal...

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