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    It would seem that more appeals are coming out very frequently over the past few weeks due to individual's evidence is being heard...

    Please remember that this is the last chance the families have in finding out what happened to their loved ones on that fateful day......Everyone's help is needed to help track these potential witnesses, who probably , without maybe realising it, have vital information regarding one of our 96...

    Please please share the links provided, lets get these images worldwide as these potential witnesses could literally be anywhere after so many years....



    Thanks for reading......YNWA......JFT.96.....

    Today's new appeal......




    More images released in bid to track down helpers from Hillsborough





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    06:00, 15 Oct 2015
    Updated 07:18, 15 Oct 2015
    By Eleanor Barlow


    Operation Resolve appeal for help to find witnesses







    Operation Resolve have released four images to try and trace people who helped at Hillsborough




    More images have been released by investigators trying to trace people who helped at Hillsborough.

    Operation Resolve - the criminal investigation into the disaster - has released four images in an appeal on behalf of the coroner in the ongoing inquests.

    Three of the people who investigators want to trace are shown in the pictures they have released.

    One woman who is being traced is not pictures.

    An Operation Resolve spokesman said: “This witness appeal is being launched to identify a female spectator.




    Operation Resolve have released four images to try and trace people who helped at Hillsborough


    “The female is believed to have assisted casualties placed in to the back of a South Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance when it was parked on the pitch, in front of the West Stand terrace at the Leppings Lane end.”

    He added: “The female travelled in the rear of the SYMAS ambulance from Hillsborough to the Northern General Hospital. It is believed that she was from the Nottingham area and was an off duty nurse.”

    A picture of the ambulance has been released.

    These pictures are the latest in a series of images which have been released by investigators in a bid to trace those who helped the victims on the day.





    http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/




    Please remember there are two separate appeals by Operation Resolve, one is the Coronial Appeal and the second is the Gate '3' Appeal

    Below is a link which will take you to both appeals .....



    http://www.operationresolve.co.uk/witness-appeal/
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    Two Hillsborough families make final appeal for witnesses before inquests hear evidence about their loved ones






    05:00, 17 Oct 2015
    Updated 07:53, 17 Oct 2015
    By Eleanor Barlow


    Families of Paul Carlile, 19, and Henry Burke, 47, are due to hear evidence about them on Tuesday









    Operation Resolve handout dated 15/04/1989 of a still taken from footage of four people investigators want to speak to about the Hillsborough tragedy in which 96 Liverpool fans died.


    Two Merseyside families who lost loved ones at Hillsborough are making a final appeal for witnesses before their inquests next week.

    The inquests into the 96 deaths at the semi-final on April 15, 1989, will hear evidence about 19-year-old Paul Carlile and 47-year-old Henry Burke, both from Kirkby, on Tuesday.

    The jury had been due to hear evidence about Paul on Wednesday but it was postponed after traffic problems caused the hearing to be delayed.

    Paul’s sister, Donna Miller, said the family are happy the evidence will now be heard on the same day as Henry’s - as the two families have become friends in the 26 years after the disaster.




    Operation Resolve handout dated 15/04/1989 of a still taken from footage of four people investigators want to speak to about the Hillsborough tragedy in which 96 Liverpool fans died.


    She said: “Two Kirkby men whose families have been left devastated by our loss.

    “We are both desperate for information relating to Paul and Henry.”

    Earlier this month Operation Resolve - the criminal investigation into the disaster - released two videos in the hope of tracking down people who helped Paul on the day.



    The clips showed people who carried casualties across the concourse behind the West Stand, through exit gate C and to waiting ambulances.




    Hillsborough witness appeal




    Donna said: “It’s so frustrating for the family knowing that lads helped him and took him to gate C. All we want is to thank them. They were the last ones with Paul.”





    A photo of a fan who helped Henry has also been released by Operation Resolve.




    The family of Henry Burke are appealing to trace this witness, who helped him at Hillsborough




    His son Ian said: “We’ve been trying to find out what happened to our dad for 26 and a half years and we’re not going to give up now.



    “Tuesday is our last chance to put as many pieces of the puzzle together as we can and we’d beg as many people as possible to share this appeal. We just want to thank those who helped our dad for what they did.”



    http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/...final-10276479



    Please go into the link and look at the photo's....Do you recognise anyone ?
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    Good Morning.....this man needs to be found he may hold vital information, please help, do you recognise him ?....look at the photographs in the link and please share the link ......







    News
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    Hillsborough investigators renew appeal for man who helped a number of victims on day of disaster





    15:33, 20 Nov 2015
    Updated 15:43, 20 Nov 2015
    By Eleanor Barlow


    Operation Resolve has re-issued photos of the potential witness











    Do you recognise this man who helped casualties at Hillsborough?




    Hillsborough investigators have renewed appeals for a man believed to have helped a number of victims on the day of the disaster.

    Operation Resolve - the criminal investigation into the deaths of 96 Liverpool FC fans at the semi-final on April 15, 1989 - had previously released three separate appeals to try and trace the man, seen wearing a dark jacket and white T-shirt.

    But, after spending time tracking the movements of the three victims he is seen assisting, investigators concluded all three appeals related to the same man.


    Today four images of the man on the pitch were reissued by investigators



    Hillsborough investigators are looking to trace this man
    Hillsborough investigators are looking to trace this man


    Officer in Overall Command, Assistant Commissioner Jon Stoddart said, “We have been able to establish through forensic work that appeals 32, 38 and 64 are likely to be the same person.

    “We believe this man could have assisted many people on the day of the disaster and we would really like to identify him.

    “If anybody recognises who this person is then I would appeal for them to get in touch with us.

    “The response to the coronial appeals has been very good and we are grateful for the help we have so far received.

    “A number of appeals remain outstanding, all of which are available to view on our website.”

    A full gallery of all the images released can be seen at www.operationresolve.co.uk and below.




    http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/...l-man-10476231
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