A Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) into a helicopter crash that claimed four lives in 2013 should be held “without any further delay”, an MSP has said.
George Allison, Sarah Darnley, Duncan Munro and Gary McCrossan died and 14 others were rescued when the Super Puma aircraft crashed two miles from Sumburgh Airport, Shetland.
The helicopter was transferring oil workers at the time.
Shetland MSP Tavish Scott said the Air Accidents Investigation Branch and Police Scotland investigations have finished but a date is yet to be set for a mandatory FAI.
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