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Hillsborough 'ripped pages from life', says sister

9 April 2014 Last updated at 18:41 BST

The Hillsborough disaster "ripped out the pages" of a 23-year-old man's life, his sister has told his inquest.

Andrew Sefton was one of 96 people, who died after a crush at the ground in 1989.

Julie Fallon said her family "no longer have an inkling what life without Hillsborough looks like".

Louise Brookes, who lost her brother Andrew in the disaster, also spoke at the hearing and accused police of "turning their backs" on him.

Judith Moritz reports.

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