Police have cancelled the bail on two teenage girls arrested in connection with the death of firefighter Stephen Hunt, who was killed tackling a blaze in Manchester city centre.
Mr Hunt, 38, was part of a team tackling the fire on the city's Oldham Street when he and a colleague got into trouble. Both were rescued, but the father-of-two later died in hospital.
A spokesperson from Greater Manchester Police said: "Following an assessment of the initial information gathered and the accounts the two girls have provided, a decision has been made to take no further action against them at this time."
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