The family of a firefighter who died tackling a blaze in Manchester have been to the scene to pay their own respects.
They have described 38 year old Stephen Hunt as a loving father and a true gentleman, who was very proud to be a firefighter.
He was part of a team sent to the blaze at a warehouse storing hair products in the Northern Quarter on Saturday.
The main line of inquiry is a discarded cigarette may have caused the fire.
Two teenage girls have been arrested and bailed on suspicion of manslaughter.
Ralph Blunsom reports.
A fire service which lost one of its firefighters during a blaze at a city centre shop has closed the incident with an official ceremony.
Tributes to firefighter killed in city centre blaze
A firefighter has died tackling a large blaze in Manchester city centre.