Investigators believe that fuel problems caused a police helicopter to crash into a Glasgow pub Friday night, killing eight people and injuring 32 others. 

The New York Post reports that the helicopter crashed into Clutha Vaults while ska band Esperanza was performing. Five people inside of the pub were killed, as well as two police officers and pilot, David Traill. Among the 32 who were hurt, 14 were hospitalized with serious injuries. 

According to the Post, investigators are looking into mechanical issues that may have caused the fuel supply in the helicopter's twin engines to fail. The investigation, which Chief Constable Stephen House called "very sensitive," is ongoing.

[via New York Post]