A former police officer has told the Hillsborough Inquests that the match commander on the day was like 'a fish out of water.'
PC Trevor Bichard said Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield 'didn't offer true leadership at any stage' as the disaster unfolded.
Ann O'Connor reports.
Tuesday's inquests heard pathology evidence relating to four of the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster.
A court has heard that a victim who was taken out of an ambulance because he was thought to have died, could have still been alive.
A victim of the Hillsborough disaster may have been alive when she was carried from a pen, the inquests have heard.