Fire investigators will return to Eastbourne Pier today after a devastating blaze ripped through the historic landmark.
The huge fire destroyed part of the 144-year-old Grade II-listed structure and sent plumes of black smoke into the sky on Wednesday afternoon.
Up to 80 firefighters tackled the blaze from the coast, the beach and from underneath the Victorian structure, which is privately-owned by Cuerden Leisure.
Embers could still be seen burning some five hours after the fire started.
More top news
The US rapper was killed in a drive-by attack in 1996 at the age of just 25.
Innocent Betty Laird, 88, died after the car she was travelling in was deliberately crashed into to make fraudulent insurance claims.
At least one person has died in the crash after the plane came down in the city of Riverside shortly after take off.