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.
The jury hearing the fresh Hillsborough inquests has adjourned for the summer with a warning from the Coroner to not look up anything on it.
A former detective told the Hillsborough inquests how he believed a boy was "recoverable" when he carried him on a makeshift hoarding.
A police officer has described trying to revive a Liverpool fan by blowing into her mouth through a fence at Hillsborough.