Liverpool fan’s death ruled as 97th of Hillsborough disaster

Liverpool coroner’s court rules Andrew Devine, 55, unlawfully killed by effects of crush 32 years earlier

A coroner has ruled that Andrew Devine, 55, who has died 32 years after suffering severe and irreversible brain damage at Hillsborough in 1989, was unlawfully killed, and that therefore he is legally the 97th victim of the disaster.

In a statement on Liverpool football club’s website announcing the news, Devine’s family, who have cared for him ever since he suffered the devastating crushing injuries at Hillsborough, said they welcomed the coroner’s ruling.

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