Friday, 19 October 2018

NHS 'could have prevented' road rage death

NHS 'could have prevented' road rage death An NHS trust could have prevented the killing of a man who was stabbed to death by a mental health patient, a report has found.

Matthew Daley, 35, killed Donald Lock on the A24 in Findon, near Worthing, in 2015 after the 79-year-old ran into the back of Daley's vehicle.

In the report, NHS England said Daley did not receive proper treatment for his psychotic behaviour.

Sussex Partnership NHS Trust apologised and admitted it "got things wrong". BBC News

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