Heartbreaking: Beautiful Woman Dies Inside Court During Ruling Over Family Legal Battle (Photos)

A woman has died a really tragic death after suffering from a cardiac arrested inside a court during a ruling over family legal battle.
Hayley Gascoigne
 
Hayley Gascoigne, a 32-year-old mum of four was “let down badly” after she “failed to get life-saving treatment for four minutes” after collapsing in court.
 
According to The Sun UK, the woman died after she began fitting in the public waiting area of Hull Crown Court on January 26.
 
She suffered a cardiac arrest while listening to a ruling over a family legal battle.
 
A damning report into her death by Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust, as seen by Hull Daily Mail, showed a series of failings by the rapid response vehicle (RRV) paramedic who attended.
 
The report claims he failed to shock Hayley’s heart with a defibrillator, which was not challenged by the two-strong ambulance crew which arrived later.
 
CCTV also showed resuscitation did not start until four minutes after a paramedic reach Hayley.
 
 
Her devastated parents Terry and Kate Gascoigne, who now care for the her four children, said: “Hayley was let down badly by the people whose job it was to help her, and we feel very frustrated and sad about this.

“We are deeply upset by our daughter’s untimely death and miss her very much every day.

“Hayley was a fantastic mother who adored her children.”
 
A pre-inquest review into Hayley’s death is due to take place at Hull Coroner’s Court today.
 
In the report’s conclusion, it states: “The need to defibrillate this patient was paramount, but did not take place, and it is felt that this degree of mismanagement fell far short of the standards expected by both Yorkshire Ambulance Service and the Health and Care Professions Council.”
 
The report also revealed no public access defibrillator was available in the building.
 
A Ministry of Justice spokesman said a defibrillator was expected to be installed at the court centre “by the end of the year”.
 
A spokesman for Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust said: “Our thoughts are with Hayley Gascgoine’s family following her untimely death in January this year.

“The Trust has completed a full internal investigation into the incident and has met with the family to express our sincere apologies for the ambulance response on that day and to discuss the matter directly with them.”


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