The chief executive of a hospital where a baby died at just three days old has offered her 'heartfelt apologies' to the little girl's parents.
Gemma Peters and Liam Greenfield say that midwives at Russells Hall Hospital failed to correctly monitor Brook's heart rate or call a doctor for help when no heart beat could be found. They are now taking legal action. Kate Fisher reports
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