Ipswich murder-suicide: Crisis team 'missed opportunity' A mental health trust has been criticised for failing to prevent a patient killing his wife and then taking his own life.
Thomas and Katherine Kemp were found dead in Ipswich on 6 August.
An inquest heard Mrs Kemp, 31, was found with 28 knife wounds at the flat she shared with her husband, 32.
Ipswich coroner Jacqueline Devonish said the refusal to offer Mr Kemp a bed or assessment was a "missed opportunity" to prevent their deaths.
She criticised Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT)'s crisis team for not intervening, after the couple had visited hospital in the early hours of 6 August. BBC News