– Call 112, call 112.
A driver who had just driven an elderly man home from Hvidovre Hospital should have erupted when the elderly man fainted in the entrance to his apartment.
Half an hour after the episode, the elderly man passed away.
On Tuesday, the driver is sitting on the indictment bench in the Court in Glostrup. Here, the 56-year-old driver is accused of leaving it to the husband’s wife to call for help and leave the place himself.
According to the indictment, he left the elderly man in a helpless state without making sure he received adequate help even though he was in the driver’s custody.
When the ambulance and ambulance doctor arrived, the man’s life could not be saved and he was declared dead.
The man is believed to have died as a result of cardiac arrest or bleeding inside the skull.
The episode happened on December 12 last year.
The driver is secondarily charged with a milder paragraph for failing to assist the man to the best of his ability, even if it was possible for him without particular danger.
According to the indictment, the elderly man was unconscious and had clear breathing problems after he fell over in the stairwell on the way up to his and his wife’s shared apartment on the first floor.
Here, according to the indictment, he handed over the unconscious husband to his wife and told her to call 112.
The prosecutor has filed a claim that the driver, who according to BT was employed by Movia, must be deprived of the right to practice commercial passenger transport for a period of time.
Neither defense counsel nor prosecutors will comment on the case before it begins.
Source: The Nordic Page