A father who lost his two daughters on the pitch at Hillsborough has spoken to the media after giving moving testimony at the inquests into the disaster.
After trying to resuscitate them both, Trevor Hicks was forced to leave his eldest daughter, Sarah, as he took his youngest, Vicki, to the only ambulance. By the time he picked up Sarah, there was no room.
Today he told jurors of his efforts to save his daughters, after which he told reporters outside: "Sometimes when you wake up on a morning or when you're trying to get to sleep at night, it always comes back and invades."
ITV News North of England Correspondent Damon Green reports.
The mother of a Hillsborough victim has said when she couldn't believe her daughter was dead because she was "as warm as toast".
Addressing Hillsborough victim Sarah Hick's parents, the man said: "I did my very best for Sarah, I could not do any more."
Hillsborough survivor Trevor Hicks has told the inquest of the "extreme distress" of Liverpool supporters trapped in the lethal crush.