A leading consultant has said that a paramedic treating a young child who later died from meningitis should have recognised she was seriously ill. Two-year-old Georgia Keeling from Norwich died in August 2009. Paramedic Patricia Perfect examined her and diagnosed swine flu instead of meningitis.
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