Dad told paramedic his son had 'choked on food', murder trial hears

Dad told paramedic his son had 'choked on food', murder trial hears
 

A paramedic told a murder trial how he discovered a lifeless baby - and was told by his father that he'd choked on food and 'went into a spasm'.
The explanation came from Easton Robinson, 39, who denies killing his two-month old son Eden at a flat in St Ann's on November 8, 2014.
Nottingham Crown Court heard how an ambulance crew arrived in two minutes after getting a "Red Two" alert and diverting from another call. The initial report was that the baby had "possibly choked on some phlegm".
Paramedic Phil Rose said the father met them in the corridor of the flats on... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 44
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