Thirty nine people died as crushing led to a wall collapsing at Heysel stadium
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Heysel: Teachers from Northern Ireland recall stadium disaster

Three teachers from Belfast who were caught up in the Heysel stadium disaster 30 years ago have been sharing their memories.

Thirty-nine people, including Patrick Radcliffe, who was originally from Bangor, were killed as Juventus supporters were crushed against a wall that then collapsed.

It happened as they tried to escape a charge by Liverpool fans at the European cup final in Brussels.

BBC News NI's Helen Jones reports.