Charlotte Hennessy
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Hillsborough helper's evidence 'vital' to daughter of victim

A Flintshire woman who was just six years old when her father was killed in the Hillsborough disaster hopes to find the man who tried to save his life.

Charlotte Hennessy from Connah's Quay says there is strong evidence her father James might have been one of the 41 victims who could have been saved.

She is trying to find the St John Ambulance worker who helped him on the pitch and says his evidence would be vital for a new inquest into Mr Hennessy's death.

The stadium crush resulted in the deaths of 96 people in 1989.

Search for dad's Hillsborough helper

  • 06 Aug 2013
  • From the section Wales
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