The trial continues of a mum accused of killing her baby. A court's heard Natalie McMillan, 25, dropped a TV on her son Kian while on drugs.
Jurors hear McMillan's 999 call. Her first words were not about her critically-injured baby, but "I was messing about with my telly".
McMillan, from Burnley, told a 999 operator she was "trying to put a scart lead in to watch a DVD" and the TV had "fallen over onto him".
Ambulance Technician Claire Welch went to Kian's aid. She tells jurors he had a blood filled swelling on his head and ineffective breathing.
Police searching McMillan and Hanratty's home found valium tablets in baby Kian's cot. Court told drug syringes were in kitchen cupboards.
Hanratty, Kian's Dad, took Valium that night and passed out. Prosecutors say he knew McMillan was high and should've ensured Kian's safety.
McMillan later tested positive for heroin, valium and alcohol. Jurors hear she was incapable of care and showed "wilful indifference".
The prosecution say Kian's death was "not a tragic accident" but "an entirely preventable death".