Elleanor Bennett's parents were told she'd died of natural causes aged 2 days old after being born at Furness General Hospital. Her death was only referred to the South Cumbria Coroner years later after a police investigation into a number deaths at the trust's maternity unit.
The coroner at the inquest into the death of Elleanor Bennett has concluded she died as a consequence of complications during the birthing process.
Questions have been raised about why a doctor was not called in sooner, why the baby was not properly monitored and why the family were not told of failings.
The mother of a baby who died on Furness General Hospital's maternity ward is giving evidence at the inquest into her death, nine years after the baby passed away.
Our correspondent Elaine Willcox is tweeting from the inquest. It was brought about by an ongoing police investigation at the hospital.
Mother breaks down as she said baby was blue when she was born, she touched her shoulder & baby's head dropped. The baby was rushed out.
Mother described how her baby daughter had heart massage, the ventilator was turned off, and she died in her dad's arms #Inquest
Mother at Elleanor Bennett's told by her consultant her baby's death was 'one of those things' &'no systems or procedures had to be changed'
An inquest into the death of a baby in Barrow takes place today, nine years after her death.
Elleanor Hope Louise Bennett died two days after she was born in February 2004.
It's feared she could be another victim of the scandal hit Furness General Hospital hospital.