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The 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster were unlawfully killed, inquests found today

Details of how and when the 96 Hillsborough disaster victims died:

  • John Alfred Anderson, 62 - Cause of death: traumatic rupture of the abdominal aorta. Time of death: 15:08. A married security officer from Liverpool. Mr Anderson travelled to the game in Sheffield by car with his son Brian and two friends.
  • Colin Mark Ashcroft, 19 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:20. A gardener from Warrington. Mr Ashcroft attended the game after travelling down on a coach organised by Liverpool Supporters Travel Club.
  • James Gary Aspinall, 18 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:54. A clerk from Liverpool. Mr Aspinall went on a coach from Liverpool to Sheffield with friend Graham Wright, who was also killed.
  • Kester Roger Marcus Ball, 16 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:04 and 16:33. A student from St Albans, Hertfordshire. Mr Ball had been driven to the game by his father Roger and was joined by two other children, who survived.
  • Gerard Bernard Patrick Baron, 67 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:35. A retired postal worker who died at the ground after driving from Preston to watch the game with his son Gerard Martin Baron Jnr. Mr Baron was the oldest person to die that day.
  • Simon Bell, 17 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:15. A YTS trainee from Liverpool. Mr Bell was killed at the stadium after travelling by car with his friend and his friend's father. Upon arriving at Hillsborough, he had entered the stands with some friends, several of whom also died, before being swept away in the crush.
Barry Bennett was 26 when he died at Hillsborough Credit: ITV Granada
  • Barry Sidney Bennett, 26 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: 14:57 to 15:37. A seaman from Liverpool. Mr Bell had driven to watch the game with four friends.
  • David John Benson, 22 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:02 and 16:20. A sales representative from Warrington. Mr Benson had gone to the game with his friend, but had parted ways with him at the gates as they were in different areas.
  • David William Birtle, 22 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:07 and 16:05. An HGV driver from Stoke-on-Trent. Mr Birtle had attended the game alone.
  • Anthony David Bland, 22 - Cause of death: pyelitis and bronchopneumonia due to or as a consequence of anoxic brain damage, due to or as a consequence of compression asphyxia. Time of death: 21:15 on March 3 1993. A labourer from Keighley, West Yorkshire, who was 18 when he went to the game with two friends. Mr Bland died in 1993, several years after the disaster, after receiving severe brain injuries on the day which left him in a vegetative state. A landmark legal ruling allowed his family to stop life-support treatment, making him Hillsborough's 96th and final victim.
  • Paul David Brady, 21 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:45. A refrigeration engineer from Liverpool. Mr Brady had gone to the game with three friends, one of whom, Joseph McCarthy, was also killed.
Andrew Brookes was 26 when he died at Hillsborough Credit: Family handout
  • Andrew Mark Brookes, 26 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia Time of death: between 15:03 and 15:37. A car worker from Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. Mr Brookes drove to the game with friends and entered the stadium through the turnstiles with his friend Mark Richards, before he was separated by a crowd surge.
  • Carl Brown, 18 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:03. A student from Leigh, Greater Manchester. Mr Brown had travelled to the game with a group of friends by car.
  • David Steven Brown, 25 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:00 and 15:58. A machine operator from Wrexham. Mr Brown attended the semi-final fixture with his brother Andrew, who survived. He left behind his wife Sarah, who was six months pregnant with his daughter at the time.
  • Henry Thomas Burke, 47 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:15 and 16:00. A married roofing contractor from Liverpool. Mr Burke went to Sheffield with a number of friends, but only entered the stadium with one other, James Swaine, who survived.
  • Peter Andrew Burkett, 24 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:04 and 16:00. A married insurance clerk from Prenton, Birkenhead. Mr Burkett travelled to Sheffield from Liverpool with friends, including Jonathon Owens, who also died.
  • Paul William Carlile, 19 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:18. A plasterer from Liverpool. Mr Carlile had travelled to Sheffield with two friends, before leaving the group to try and swap his terrace ticket for a seat ticket at a nearby pub.
  • Raymond Thomas Chapman, 50 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:07. A married fitter from Birkenhead who drove to the ground with two friends, one of whom, Thomas Fox, was also killed that day.
  • Gary Christopher Church, 19 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:00 and 15:29. A joiner from Liverpool. Mr Church went to the game with several friends on a minibus and met with another group which included Christopher Devonside and Simon Bell, both of whom were also killed.
  • Joseph Clark, 29 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:06 and 15:55. A fork-lift driver from Liverpool. He had travelled to the game with his brother Stephen and two friends, one of whom, Alan McGlone, also died at the ground.

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Paul Carlile was 18 when he died at Hillsborough Credit: ITV
  • Paul Clark, 18 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:07. An apprentice electrician from Swanwick, Debyshire, Mr Clark went to Hillsborough with his father Kenneth and a friend. He was separated from his friend after a crowd surge pushed him towards a perimeter fence and out of sight.
  • Gary Collins, 22 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:02 and 15:23. A quality controller from Liverpool. He had driven to Sheffield with two friends, who lost him after the crushing began in the West Stand.
  • Stephen Paul Copoc, 20 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:03 and 16:05. A landscape gardener from Liverpool. Mr Copoc travelled to the game by coach with two friends, both of whom survived.
  • Tracey Elizabeth Cox, 23 -Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:54. A student from Wiltshire who had gone to the stadium with her boyfriend Richard Jones, who also died, and his sister Stephanie Jones, who survived.
  • James Philip Delaney, 19 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:03 and 15:40. An assembly worker from South Wirral. Mr Delaney had arrived at the game that day with two friends, one of whom, James Hennessy, also died in the disaster.
  • Christopher Barry Devonside, 18 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:00 and 17:00. A college student from Liverpool, Mr Devonside had gone to the game with his father and some friends. His friends lost sight of him one minute before kick off in the swelling crowd.
Christopher Devonside was 18 when he died at Hillsborough Credit: Hillsborough Inquests
  • Christopher Edwards, 29 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:50. A steelworker from South Wirral. He travelled down to Sheffield with two others, but left them before entering the stadium.
  • Vincent Michael Fitzsimmons, 34 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:03. A moulding technician from Wigan. Mr Fitzsimmons had got a coach to the game with three friends, who survived the disaster.
  • Thomas Steven Fox, 21 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:27. A production worker from Birkenhead. He had come to the game with two friends, including fellow victim Raymond Chapman.
  • Jon-Paul Gilhooley, 10 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: 15:50. The youngest victim of the Hillsborough tragedy. He had gone to the game with his two uncles, who both survived. Footballer Steven Gerrard was his younger cousin.
  • Barry Glover, 27 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:36. A married greengrocer from Bury, Lancashire. Mr Glover travelled to Sheffield with his father and three friends.
  • Ian Thomas Glover, 20 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:06 and 16:35. A street paver from Liverpool, Mr Glover had gone to the game with his brother Joseph, who survived. The pair were separated in the crowd and his brother later saw him being pulled from the enclosure.
  • Derrick George Godwin, 24 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:02 and 16:27. An accounts clerk from Gloucestershire. He went to the match alone, having caught a train from Cheltenham.
  • Roy Harry Hamilton, 34 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:47 and 16:08. A married railway technician from Liverpool. Mr Hamilton had driven to Sheffield with his stepson and brother-in-law, who survived the ordeal.
Philip Hammond was 14 when he died at Hillsborough Credit: ITV Granada
  • Philip Hammond, 14 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:02 and 16:15. A student from Liverpool. He got to the stadium by coach and entered the stadium with friends. He was swept out of sight by the crowd and they did not see him again.
  • Eric Hankin, 33 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:02 and 15:35. A married nurse from Liverpool. Mr Hankin lost his friends in the crowd at the turnstile due to the crowd pressure.
  • Gary Harrison, 27 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:00. A married driver from Liverpool who had travelled to the game with his brother Stephen, also a victim of the disaster.
  • Peter Andrew Harrison, 15 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:03 and 16:00. A schoolboy from Liverpool who went to the game with two friends. His friends had tickets for a different part of the ground and survived.
  • Stephen Francis Harrison, 31 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:51. A driver from Liverpool. Mr Harrison had gone to the game with his brother Gary, who also died.
  • David Hawley, 39 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:15. A married diesel fitter from St Helens. Mr Hawley drove to the game with family members, including his 17-year-old nephew Stephen O'Neill, who was also killed.
  • James Robert Hennessy, 29 - Cause of death: 1a/ inhalation of stomach contents due to or as a consequence of 1b/ compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:15 and 16:09. A plasterer from Ellesmere Port, Cheshire. He caught a coach with two friends, including fellow victim James Delaney.
  • Paul Anthony Hewitson, 26 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:00 and 15:21. A self-employed builder from Liverpool. Mr Hewitson had been given a lift in his friend's van to Hillsborough stadium.
  • Carl Darren Hewitt, 17 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: 15:03 and 16:05. An apprentice cabinet maker from Leicester. He had gone to the ground with his brother, Nicholas, who was also killed. The pair had travelled up to the fixture on a supporters coach.
  • Nicholas Michael Hewitt, 16 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:31. A student from Leicester. He and his brother Carl died in the tragedy. The pair were last seen exiting a coach they caught to the ground together.
Teenage sisters Vicki and Sarah Hicks died at Hillsborough Credit: Hillsborough Inquests
  • Sarah Louise Hicks, 19 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:06 and 15:39. A student from Pinner, Middlesex. She had gone to the game with her parents and her sister Victoria, who was also killed.
  • Victoria Jane Hicks, 15 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:01 and 15:45. A student from Pinner, Middlesex and the youngest female victim of the Hillsborough disaster. She died standing alongside her sister Sarah, after both were taken to the game by their parents, who survived.
  • Gordon Rodney Horn, 20 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:58 and 16:02. A Liverpool fan who travelled to the ground with friends in a minibus from Bootle, Liverpool. He was separated from his friend in a crowd surge shortly before kick-off.
  • Arthur Horrocks, 41 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:03 and 15:55. A married insurance agent from the Wirral, Mr Horrocks had travelled to the game with his brother and nephews. One nephew saw him lose consciousness as crowd pressure intensified in one of the enclosures.
  • Thomas Howard, 39 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:03 and 16:10. A chemical process worker from Runcorn, Cheshire who had taken his son to the game, along with a party of friends. His son, also Thomas, was another victim of the tragedy. Mr Howard was last seen saying something about his son repeatedly during the crush, before losing consciousness.
  • Thomas Anthony Howard, 14 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:55. A schoolboy from Runcorn, Cheshire. Known as Tommy, he travelled to the ground with his father Thomas, who also died.
Eric Hughes was 42 when he died at Hillsborough Credit: Family handout
  • Eric George Hughes, 42 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:58 and 16:10. A married sales executive from Warrington. He attended the game with friends and was seen by one of them being passed from the terraces by two police officers.
  • Alan Johnston, 29 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 to 16:04. A trainee accountant from Liverpool. Mr Johnston had travelled to Sheffield in a hired minibus with friends and was separated from them at the Leppings Lane turnstile due to the crowd.
  • Christine Anne Jones, 27 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:00 to 16:15. A married senior radiographer from Preston. She went to the game with her husband Stephen, but was separated from him after they entered the ground.
  • Gary Philip Jones, 18 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: 16:20. A student from Merseyside. Mr Jones joined his cousin and several others on a minibus to the match. It was his first away game.
  • Richard Jones, 25 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 to 16:00. An office worker from Allerton, Liverpool, who had gone to the game with his sister and his girlfriend Tracey, who also died.
  • Nicholas Peter Joynes, 27 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 to 16:05. A married draughtsman from Liverpool. He took a minibus to the ground with friends, one of whom, Francis McAllister, also died. The remainder of their group had decided not to venture too far into the ground when they saw how crowded the enclosure was.
  • Anthony Peter Kelly, 29 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 to 16:01. A married soldier from Birkenhead. He travelled to Sheffield with two friends, who survived.
  • Michael David Kelly, 38 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:06 to 15:59. A warehouseman from Liverpool. He came down to the game on a supporters' coach and left his friends to enter the ground alone.
  • Carl David Lewis, 18 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:57. A labourer from Kirkby who went to Hillsborough with his brothers Michael and David. He hitchhiked part of the way so he could buy a ticket outside the ground.
David Mather was 19 when he died at Hillsborough Credit: Family handout
  • David William Mather, 19 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:00. A post office counter clerk from Liverpool who drove his friends to the fixture. After his death, Mr Mather's ashes were scattered at The Kop of Anfield football ground.
  • Brian Christopher Matthews, 38 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:19. A married financial consultant from Merseyside. He was a season ticket holder and had travelled to the game with friends.
  • Francis Joseph McAllister, 27 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:57. A fireman from Liverpool. Mr McAllister went to the ground with a group of friends, including Nicholas Joynes, who also died in the tragedy.
  • John McBrien, 18 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:00 and 16:35. A student from Clwyd. Mr McBrien took a supporters bus to Hillsborough and was caught up in a surge near the ground's perimeter fence.
Marian McCabe was 21 when she died at Hillsborough Credit: Family handout
  • Marian Hazel McCabe, 21 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:09. A factory worker from Basildon, Essex, Miss McCabe took a train from London with several friends, one of whom was Inger Shah, who also died.
  • Joseph Daniel McCarthy, 21 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:55. A student from London. He met his friends at a pub in Sheffield, including Paul Brady, a fellow victim that day.
  • Peter McDonnell, 21 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:50. A bricklayer from Liverpool. He went to the game with a group of friends, all of whom survived.
  • Alan McGlone, 28 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: Between 15:00 and 15:58. A factory worker from Kirkby, who shared a car to Sheffield with friends, including Joseph Clark, a fellow victim.
  • Keith McGrath, 17 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:06. An apprentice painter from Liverpool. Mr McGrath travelled with friends, after being given a season ticket for Liverpool on his 17th birthday.
  • Paul Brian Murray, 14 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:00. A student from Stoke-on-Trent. He had been taken to the fixture by his father and the pair had been knocked over by the force of the crush, which separated them.
  • Lee Nicol, 14 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: 18:50 on April 17 1989. A schoolboy from Bootle, Liverpool. He had travelled to the match with friends. Inside the ground, one friend saw him get knocked to the floor by the force of the crowd.
Stephen O'Neill was 17 when he died at Hillsborough Credit: Family handout
  • Stephen Francis O'Neill, 17 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:39. A student and cable jointer's mate from Merseyside. Mr O'Neill was taken to the game by his father and shared a car with his uncle David Hawley, who also died.
  • Jonathon Owens, 18 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:03 and 15:26. A clerical officer from Chester. Mr Owens travelled with two friends to the match, including fellow victim Peter Burkett.
  • William Roy Pemberton, 23 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:00. A student from Liverpool. He was accompanied by his father, also William, to Sheffield by coach. His father travelled with him to keep him company, but did not attend the game.
  • Carl William Rimmer, 21 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:52. A video technician from Liverpool who went to see the match with his brother Kevin and two friends, who survived.
  • David George Rimmer, 38 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:05. A married sales manager from Skelmersdale, West Lancashire. He travelled by car to Sheffield with a friend and was separated after entering the stadium due to a crowd surge.
  • :: Graham John Roberts, 24 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:03 and 16:25. An engineer from Merseyside. He travelled by car with two friends to Hillsborough stadium.
  • Steven Joseph Robinson, 17 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:02. An apprentice auto-electrician from Bootle, Liverpool. He travelled to the game with friends and had aspirations of joining Merseyside Police at the time of his death.
Henry Rogers was 17 when he died at Hillsborough Credit: Family handout
  • Henry Charles Rogers, 17 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:35. A student from Chester. He caught a train with his brother Adam, but once they found themselves forced through the gates by the swelling crowds, lost one another.
  • Colin Andrew Hugh William Sefton, 23 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:00 and 15:50. A security officer from Skelmersdale, West Lancashire, Mr Sefton drove to the match with his friends, who survived.
  • Inger Shah, 38 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. A secretary from London. Time of death: between 15:03 and 15:55. She attended the match with her son Daniel, before which they met friends including Marian McCabe, who was also killed.
  • Paula Ann Smith, 26 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:00 and 16:25. Miss Smith, an avid Liverpool fan whose bedroom was covered in memorabilia, had travelled to the match alone after taking a coach laid on by Liverpool supporters' club.
  • Adam Edward Spearritt, 14 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 16:45 and 16:50. A schoolboy from Cheshire, Mr Spearritt was taken to the game by his father Edward and two friends.
  • Philip John Steele, 15 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:15. A student from Merseyside. Mr Steele travelled with his parents and brother Brian, with whom he entered the stadium.
  • David Leonard Thomas, 23 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:33. A joiner from Birkenhead. Along with a group of friends, Mr Thomas drove to the game from Liverpool. Two of the friends he was travelling with, Christopher and Martin Traynor, also died that day.
Patrick Thompson was 35 when he died at Hillsborough Credit: Family handout
  • Patrick John Thompson, 35 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:00. A railway guard from Liverpool. Mr Thompson caught a train to the game with his two brothers, Kevin and Joe, with whom he entered the enclosure.
  • Peter Reuben Thompson, 30 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:29. An engineer from Wigan. Mr Thompson travelled alone to the game in his company car.
  • Stuart Paul William Thompson, 17 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:00 and 16:04. An apprentice joiner from Liverpool. He travelled to the game with his brother and some friends by car.
  • Peter Francis Tootle, 21 - cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:00 and 15:54. A labourer from Liverpool. He travelled to Hillsborough by car with his uncle Stephen and a friend, both of whom survived.
  • Christopher James Traynor, 26 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:03. A married joiner from Birkenhead. He travelled with his brother Martin and friend Dave Thomas, who both also died.
  • Martin Kevin Traynor, 16 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:06 and 16:08. An apprentice joiner from Birkenhead. He travelled with his brother Christopher and friend Dave Thomas, who both also died.
Kevin Tyrrell was 15 when he died at Hillsborough Credit: Family handout
  • Kevin Tyrrell, 15 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:00 and 15:45. A schoolboy from Runcorn. He travelled to the game with four friends on a coach from Runcorn who he became separated from just before kick-off.
  • Colin Wafer, 19 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 15:40. A bank clerk from Liverpool who travelled alone to the match on a coach.
  • Ian David Whelan, 19 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:11. A junior clerk from Warrington, Yorkshire. He travelled alone to the match on a coach from Anfield organised by the Liverpool supporters club.
  • Martin Kenneth Wild, 29 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:00 and 16:35. A printing worker from Cheshire. He had travelled to the game from Stockport with a group of friends, who all survived. He became separated from his friends during the game, who then next saw him on the floor.
  • Kevin Daniel Williams, 15 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 15:05 and 15:45. A schoolboy from Merseyside who travelled to the game with four friends by train, one of whom, Stuart Thompson, also died. Mr Williams' mother became a leading Hillsborough campaigner before her death in 2012.
  • Graham John Wright, 17 - Cause of death: compression asphyxia. Time of death: between 14:57 and 16:10. A insurance clerk from Liverpool who went to see the match with his friend James Gary Aspinall, who also died. His brother attended the game separately from Graham and survived.

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