A jury has reached a misadventure with narrative verdict at the inquest into the deaths of two firefighters.
Alan Bannon, 38, and James Shears, 35, were killed after they were among the first to reach a huge blaze in a 15-storey building Shirley Towers on April 6 2010.
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Records from Gosport War Memorial Hospital between 1989-2000 show that 456 patients died - and at least another 200 lives were shortened.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt apologised on behalf of the government and the NHS for what happened at Gosport War Memorial Hospital.
Records from the Gosport War Memorial Hospital between 1989-2000 show 456 patients died - and at least another 200 lives were shortened.