GLASGOW HELICOPTER CRASH: OUR CONDOLENCE

It is shocking to learn of the tragedy which struck as many people were out on the night of Friday 29th November in a Pub, THE CLUTHA, in a relaxed, unsuspecting mood. What a traumatic experience it must have been for an helicopter to land on the roof of a pub! Our heartfelt condolence go out to the Police, the families of the bereaved, those being nursed for injuries, and those who experienced the shock at the crash scene. Scottish First Minister, Alex Salmond described the incident as a black day for Glasgow and Scotland, whilst also commending the swift response by the citizens around and the Emergency Services. Indeed it is a black day in the midst of the celebration of Saint Andrew’s Day[Scottish National Day]. We join others to praise the several untrained citizens who selflessly rose to give help at the scene to the victims before expert hands arrived. We praise the Police and other members of the Emergency Services for swift response. May the Lord comfort the people of Glasgow, and Scotland as a whole at this time of grief, bless the health teams at work, ongoing rescue operations and give quick recovery to the injured and ailing.

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