Ambulance sat nav 'not to blame' for UK boy's death
Corey Seymour went into cardiac arrest on the front lawn of his home
BROMSGROVE, England — A sat nav fault which delayed an ambulance getting to the home of a nine-year-old boy who died after a severe asthma attack ``made no difference whatsoever'', a coroner said today.
Corey Seymour went into cardiac arrest on the front lawn of his home in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, after a ``sudden and catastrophic exacerbation'' of his asthma, an inquest heard today.
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