The parents of Lewis Mullins warn other parents to be vigilant on the day a coroner strongly criticises Rotherham's NHS Walk-In centre and the town's General Hospital over "missed opportunities" which could have saved the life of their one year-old boy.
Lewis Mullins died in April last year from pneumonia brought on by chicken pox. He was treated just for chicken pox and medical staff failed to diagnose an underlying bacterial infection.
Coroner Nicola Mundy recorded a narrative verdict and says she's considering writing to the Department of Health highlighting Lewis's case to try and prevent a similar tragedy.
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