Liverpool commemorates the Hillsborough-tragedy of thirty years ago

In Liverpool is Monday, the disaster in the Hillsborough stadium commemorated. It is exactly thirty years ago that there are 96 fans of the Premier League club in Sheffield to life came after a paniekuitbraak in the tribulation came.

The disaster happened on 15 april 1989 at the semi-final of the FA Cup between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest in Sheffield. At 15.06 pm, the time the match was then abandoned, was Monday in several places in Liverpool a minute’s silence held.

The traffic in the city was partially shut down and flags hung at half mast. The clock of the town hall was 96 times sound and to St George’s Hall were 96 lanterns lit for the victims to commemorate.

For the Premier League top match between Liverpool and Chelsea on Sunday, with a minute of silence also already dealt with the disaster. Trainer Jürgen Klopp and midfielder Jordan Henderson laid on Monday a wreath at the Hillsborough memorial at Anfield.

For St George’s Hall were 96 lanterns lit. ().

The monument in memory of the Hillsborough disaster. ().

There were many flowers and wreaths were laid at the monuments. ().

People commemorate the Hillsborough disaster of thirty years ago. ().

A monument with the names of the victims. ().

Inhabitants of Liverpool to commemorate the Hillsborough disaster. ().

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