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A jury's heard how police tried to revive a teenage victim of the Hillsborough disaster in the hope of getting a response.
Jill Brooke, a PC in 1989, tried to help a colleague giving artificial respiration to Colin Wafer on the pitch but somebody announced he was dead.
Mrs Brooke said the 19 year old bank clerk did not appear to show any signs of life during her time with him.
The inquest into his death heard that Colin had gone to the match alone on a coach from Liverpool. His body was identified by his brother in the early hours of the following morning.
New pictures have been released as part of a witness appeal in the on-going Hillsborough inquests in Warrington. 96 Liverpool fans lost their lives in the disaster in 1989.
A barrister has told a pre-inquest hearing that handheld footage filmed by police at Hillsborough may have been edited.
Pete Weatherby QC, who is representing 21 victims' families, asked for an audiovisual expert to be among those to give evidence to the inquest to ensure that the best possible copies were shown to the jury.
The Hillsborough Preliminary hearing has revealed more police statements from the stadium disaster had been changed than previously thought.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission investigation show 238 police statements have been altered, originally it was thought to have been 164.
220 of those officers are still alive, 132 of those officers have been invited for interview.
The IPCC are investigating allegations of a potential cover-up by the West Midlands Police during their investigation into the Hillsborough Disaster.