The 96 Liverpool soccer fans who were crushed to death in overcrowded sections at Hillsborough Stadium in 1989 were 'unlawfully killed' in a disaster caused by police actions, a jury concluded Tuesday.
In 1989, dozens of soccer fans were crushed to death due to overcrowding in a South Yorkshire stadium. Many blamed the victims, but a new report reveals a major police cover-up.
Jury blames police, clears fans in 1989 Hillsborough Stadium soccer disaster- WARRINGTON, England — The families of 96 Liverpool soccer fans who were crushed to death at a crowded stadium in 1989 declared ...
The families of 96 Liverpool soccer fans who were crushed to death at a crowded stadium in 1989 declared they had finally won justice Tuesday after a jury found that police and emergency services were ...
Lawyers representing some of the families of 96 soccer fans crushed to death in a crowded stadium in 1989 say they've filed a civil suit against two British police forces, alleging misuse of power in office.
Skip to main content. ... They were crushed to death at Hillsborough stadium in Sheffield during the FA Cup semi-final between Nottingham Forest and Liverpool.
On January 2, 1971, 66 football (soccer) fans are killed in a stampede at a stadium in Glasgow, Scotland, as they attempt to leave a game after a late goal by
A look back at deadly disasters at soccer stadiums around the world
The 96 Liverpool fans who were crushed and trampled to death at a 1989 game in Sheffield, England, were the victims of police error or omission, a jury found.
Jump to navigation Jump to search. ... March 9, 1946 - Burnden Park disaster - 33 died when the collapse of two crash barriers in an overcrowded stand led to the crowd falling forward upon each other.