An appeal has been launched to find an off-duty nurse who helped casualties during the Hillsborough disaster.
The woman, who was a spectator at the ill-fated FA Cup semi final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest in Sheffield in April 1989, is believed to have helped place casualties into the back of an ambulance when it was parked on the pitch after the crush on the terraces.
The woman, believed to be from Nottingham, travelled in the ambulance to the Northern General Hospital.
The coroner overseeing the new inquests into the deaths of 96 football fans, who died at or after the game, wants to trace the Good Samaritan.
He has issued a picture of the ambulance she got into at the Leppings Lane end of Hillsborough stadium.
Images of four others at the game have also been released in a bid to identify them to establish what they witnessed on the day tragedy struck.
Anyone who can identify any of the people in the images should call Operation Resolve on 08000 283 284 or get in contact via the website www.operationresolve.co.uk