Man called 112 after the suicide attempt - but the help came not

were not sent an ambulance, en 59-year-old Kim Adolph called 112. The morning after he was found dead. A 59-year-old man regretted, in October, a suicide atte

Man called 112 after the suicide attempt - but the help came not

were not sent an ambulance, en 59-year-old Kim Adolph called 112. The morning after he was found dead.

A 59-year-old man regretted, in October, a suicide attempt and called 112, but the ambulance was never sent off.

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the Morning after the 59-year-old Kim Adolph was found dead in his home.

It was the 27. in October, Kim Adolph called the emergency number and asked for an ambulance, because he had attempted suicide. But there is never sent an ambulance away.

the Evening before, at 20.59, got the resident in Korsør apartment even contact to the alarm panel for the east of denmark.

- I need an ambulance. I have actually attempted suicide, I have drunk three bottles of whiskey. Will you pick me up? The door is open. Lægevagten says, I need an ambulance, otherwise the door I, explains the 59-year-old Kim Adolph snøvlende, but clearly on the recording from 112, according to Zealand.

As the duty officer at 112 connects the medical visitator from AMK-the control center in Næstved on the conversation, responds to Kim Adolph as follows:

- A nurse, I should damn well not have any nurse. I can't more now. They should damn well pick me up. Goodbye.

The medical visitator at AMK-control center (Acute medical coordination) have not heard the first part of the conversation with the 112, but ask, what happened:

- He has shown to put on. He had apparently contacted lægevagten with massive alcohol consumption. He has shown drunk a few bottles in the day, saith the politiassistenten on the recording.

- I'm calling up to him, the equivalent of the nurse.

the Family found the mobile phone, when they got access to the apartment Friday after the death and discovered that their son and brother had called the 112. The last incoming call a few minutes after the bell 21 is unanswered.

the Region of Zealand Præhospitalt Centre in Næstved, denmark considers that "the medical visitator to handle the task properly and professionally, put up against the information disclosed by the employee on the 112 emergency services".

- We are calling always back to the citizen, if a call gets disconnected. But if it fails to get through, so make the medical assessment based on experience and gut feeling says vagtcentralleder Brian Lindekilde Hansen Zealand.

Sydsjællands and Lolland-Falster Police, which is responsible for emergency services in the east of denmark, have no comments, because the appeal is not decided.

But in a hearing of parties sent to the relatives recognises vicepolitiinspektør Jesper Lawman from central preparedness at Sydsjællands and Lolland-Falster Police, that "when you know the overall picture, so should alarmoperatøren have clarified" that it was a suicide attempt.

/ritzau/

Updated Date: 14 December 2019, 11:00

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