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A fatal accident inquiry is set to begin next year, probing the deaths of 10 people killed when a police helicopter crashed into a Glasgow pub in Scotland, BBC reported. The first hearing is likely to begin in the second half of 2018 following the crash at the Clutha pub Nov. 29, 2013. A 2015 Air Accidents Investigation Branch report said the pilot did not follow emergency protocol and flew on despite low fuel warnings.
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