Asthma girl’s parents call for unlawful death ruling after five-year-old died when her GP turned her away for being four minutes late to an appointment

A family is requiring an unlawful executing decision at the investigation into a five-year-old young lady who kicked the bucket in the wake of being dismissed by her GP.

They assert that Dr Joanne Rowe was careless by declining to see Ellie-May Clark when she touched base at the GP surgery four minutes late for her arrangement.

Ellie-May passed on of a sudden asthma assault five hours after the fact, in the wake of being denied the steroids which could have spared her life, in an outrage uncovered by The Mail on Sunday in February.

Police made no move against Dr Rowe, 53, and the General Restorative Committee let her off with a notice.

In any case, Ellie-May’s family are trusting the GP is considered responsible when a coroner at long last directs an investigation into the catastrophe one month from now – just about over two years after the schoolgirl kicked the bucket.

Her grandma Brandi said today: ‘We need a few answers and consolation this wouldn’t occur to another family.

‘The wellbeing board held a request however it was entirely classified and what happened was kept mystery from Dr Rowe’s patients.

‘We needed her struck off however she was permitted to come back to fill in as though nothing happened.

‘We think there was carelessness and need the coroner to acquire an unlawful executing decision so the police can revive the case.’

Ellie-May turned out to be sick at school on January 25, 2015, and her mom Shanice rang the surgery and was given a crisis arrangement at 5pm.

The Grange Center in Newport, South Ribs, knew that Ellie-May had life-debilitating asthma and had been admitted to doctor’s facility no less than five times already.

She touched base at 5.04pm and was revealed to Dr Rowe would not see her since she was late.

Ellie-May later fallen at the family home at 10.35pm and was taken to by emergency vehicle to the Illustrious Gwent Doctor’s facility, where specialists couldn’t restore her.

The 16-page report of the Aneurin Bevan Wellbeing Board’s investigation into the catastrophe has been given to senior Gwent coroner David Bowen.

Gwent Police additionally propelled an examination, however the specialist was never captured or charged.

Dr Rowe, who now works at a surgery ten miles away in Cardiff, has been called to give confirm at the examination in Newport.

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