There is anger tonight from relatives of four firefighters who were killed in a warehouse fire five years ago. They're unhappy with a judge's comments that failings by Warwickshire fire service did not cause the deaths.
The judge fined Warwickshire County Council £30,000 for health and safety breaches. But family members say as far as they're concerned, the fire service has "blood on its hands" and has escaped more severe punishment.
A court has heard how Warwickshire County Council failed in three areas to protect 4-firemen who were killed in a blaze in Atherstone on Stour in 2007.
Today Stafford Crown Court heard that the council failed in areas of training, inspection of buildings and getting operational information to firefighters.
The council has already pleaded guilty to breaching some health and safety legislation. Earlier this year three senior fire officers who were in charge of the operation were cleared of manslaughter by gross negligence. The trial continues.