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Glasgow helicopter crash: ‘Everybody helped. There were some real heroes’ - survivors tell of acts of selflessness as death toll rises to nine

Survivors tell of the confusion and acts of selflessness on the night of the crash

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Photographer Oscar Marzaroli was born in Castiglione Vera, Italy, in 1933, and came to Scotland with his family at the age of two. He studied at Glasgow School of Art and was subsequently a photo-journalist in Stockholm and London before returning to Glasgow in 1959. Although best known for his acclaimed and evocative photographs of Glasgow in the 1960s (above), he was also a film cameraman, and directed more than 70 times for Ogam Films, a company he co-founded in 1967. He died in 1988.

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