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In pictures: Terror attack aftermath

Passengers at Glasgow Airport

Police were on hand to direct passengers who were stranded at Glasgow Airport following Saturday's attack

Air travellers stranded at Glasgow Airport

Families and other passengers had little option to wait to see if their flights from Glasgow Airport had been cancelled

View of the burned out Jeep Cherokee and damage to the airport

A view of the scene with the gas bottles clearly visible next to the Jeep Cherokee

Police photographer surveying the Jeep Cherokee

A police photographer surveyed the damaged vehicle

The area damaged inside Glasgow Airport

The attack left clear damage to the inside of Glasgow Airport

Air crews and police at Glasgow Airport

Air crews returned to work as Glasgow Airport reopened less than 24 hours after the attack

Forensic police officers

Forensic officers combed the ground outside the airport near to where the Jeep crashed

Armed officer at Glasgow Airport

Despite the high security Glasgow Airport returned to normal service soon after the attack

Armed police at glasgow Airport

Armed police patrolled Glasgow Airport as the UK terror alert remained at a critical level

Doctors' accomodation at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley

Police sealed off doctors' accomodation at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley

Bomb disposal team at the Royal Alexandra Hospital

Bomb disposal experts on their way to carrying out a controlled explosion at Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley

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