A father who lost his two daughters in the Hillsborough disaster has been reunited with the policeman who tried to help them on the day of the tragedy.
Trevor Hicks's daughters Sarah, 19, and Victoria, 15, were among the 96 who died as a result of the 1989 disaster.
Mr Hicks's last meeting with Peter McGuinness was when he was working as a young constable on the day of the tragedy and tried to save Victoria.
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Mr Hicks wanted to thank the PC who he called his own "personal hero" and described him as "the bobby who did a good job on the day".
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