Steve and Yolanda Turner
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Sean Turner death: 'Our son should still be alive'

There were "lost opportunities" at children's hospital where Sean Turner, four, died after heart surgery, an inquest has concluded.

However the Avon coroner, Maria Voisin, found Bristol Children's Hospital did not fail him with its basic care.

Speaking before the narrative verdict emerged, Sean's parents, Steve and Yolanda Turner, told the BBC they felt he would still be alive today had he been treated elsewhere.

  • 23 Jan 2014
  • From the section UK
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