The family of a 15-year-old girl with advanced anorexia who died after being hit by a train say they don't want her death to be in vain.
Pippa McManus had been treated at the Priory Hospital in Altrincham but was allowed home.
She managed to walk to Gatley station in Stockport where she stepped in front of a train.
On an earlier visit, Pippa had left 'goodbye letters' to her family and dog saying she couldn't 'fight anorexia anymore'.
- Amy Welch reports from South Manchester Coroner's Court.
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Police and the fire brigade are investigating a blaze at a hostel which has left 19 people needing to be rehomed.
All the residents have now been accounted for following the fire on the A6 Buxton Road in Stockport but officials say they're not thought to have been in the building.
The alarm was raised just before 4.30am today when four fire engines were mobilised.
The operation's now been scaled down but fire fighters remain at the scene damping down and ensuring the building is safe.
Fire investigators will be working closely with Greater Manchester Police to establish the cause of the fire.
"There are still 3 residents that are unaccounted for, but not thought to be in the building, however the fire investigation team will be further searching the building for casualties, as well as identifying the cause of the fire.
"We are currently working with Stockport Homes to re house the 19 residents that were rescued."
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