A survivor of the Glasgow helicopter crash has returned to The Clutha bar to pay his respects.
Craig Bain, 35, from Renfrew, was visibly emotional as he visited the site on Sunday morning.
Mr Bain had just been released from hospital and his head was bandaged.
He told STV News chief reporter David Cowan: "I was in the pub when it happened. I just remember waking up and being pulled out by a fireman. I can't remember anything after that. I've just come out of hospital."
Asked why he had returned to the scene, he explained: "To pass on my respects to the people who passed away. There was a man on the news whose dad was right next to me. He was one of the dead."
The Police Scotland helicopter crashed into the roof of The Clutha bar on Friday night.
Eight people died in the incident and a further 12 remain in hospital.
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