An eight-year-old Hathershaw boy died when the ambulance service failed to classify him as a priority case.
Clayton Barker died of an asthma attack - but his life might have been saved had a call handler not made a mistake which resulted in an ambulance not being sent more quickly.
His grieving mother is taking legal action against the North West Ambulance Service over the error.
Clayton collapsed at his grandmother Elaine’s house in Derker in March 2013, after a wheezing fit. An
Date Published 28/08/2014