The households of 4 victims of a deadly helicopter crash have been instructed a date has nonetheless not been set for a Fatal Accident Inquiry.
Nearly 5 years on from the tragedy, family of the 4 oil staff who died in August 2013 met with representatives of the Crown Office.
Eighteen folks have been aboard the Super Puma chopper when it plunged into the North Sea close to Shetland in August 2013.
Duncan Munro, 46, from Bishop Auckland; Sarah Darnley, 45, from Elgin; 59-year-old Gary McCrossan, from Inverness and George Allison, 57, from Winchester died following the incident.
Ms Darnley is regarded as the primary girl killed in an offshore business helicopter crash.
Earlier this yr the mom of Ms Darnley, regarded as the primary girl killed in an offshore business helicopter crash, instructed STV information of her frustration.
“Well it wouldn't make any distinction to us as a result of they're not coming again, however it might simply end it,” she stated.
“And that's what we would like – for it to be completed with and get on.”
Air accident investigators discovered that reducing airspeed had gone unnoticed by pilots earlier than the crash
The Crown Office says the continuing investigation is complicated and difficult and it’ll proceed to maintain the households knowledgeable of all important developments.
A spokesman for the Crown Office stated: “The investigation into the Sumburgh helicopter crash on 23 August 2013 by Police Scotland, working with the help of the Civil Aviation Authority and underneath the path of the Crown is ongoing.
“The Air Accidents Investigation Branch report masking the protection investigation was revealed in March 2016 and raised quite a lot of points that require to be thought of as a part of the broader investigation.
“We will endeavour to hold out our investigation as rapidly as doable however the investigation is very complicated and difficult and requires specialist enter from these with the required experience in civil aviation.
“We will proceed to maintain the households suggested of all important developments.”
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