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Illness delay to H'boro inquests; NEWS WIRE.

THE Hillsborough inquests have been cancelled for a day because a juror is unwell.

The hearings had been due to resume today after a weeklong break. They are expected to start again tomorrow.

The court had been due to finish hearing individual evidence about the last movements of the 96 and was scheduled to hear about Henry Burke, a 47-year-old dad-of-two from Kirkby.

There was also due to be additional evidence about Stephen O'Neill, 17, from St Helens, and 18-year-old Gary Jones, from Maghull.

That evidence is now set to be rescheduled.

The inquests are due to begin hearing pathology evidence about each of the victims of the 1989 disaster this week.

Medical experts will be giving evidence concerning cause of death, mechanism of death the times of death.

They will also comment on the prospects of survival of each of those who died.

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Nov 3, 2015
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