At least eight people are dead and 32 injured after a helicopter crashed into a Scottish pub on Friday night, causing the building to collapse. All three helicopter crew members were killed, along with five dead found inside. Glasgow police and rescue crews are working to reach people trapped under the rubble, though earlier on Friday night, the Chief Constable of Police Scotland said that he could not confirm whether there were any remaining survivors. The helicopter, a Eurocopter EC135 T2, crashed into the pub, called The Clutha, at about 10:25 p.m. on Friday night when, according to police, about 120 people were inside the pub.
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