Nurse failed to spot that a pensioner had suffered a stroke for EIGHT HOURS

Nurse who failed to spot a pensioner had suffered a stroke for EIGHT HOURS is not struck off Nurse was supposed to check on patient regularly but checked her only at 9pm and 5.25am the next day He made no record of patient's careAdmitted wiping another patient down with bed sheet soaked in her own urineCouncil said ban would not be 'proportionate' Nurse now works in a care home | UPDATED: 14:21 GMT, 27 July 2012 Nsengiyaremye now works in a care home and must undertake regular supervision sessions A nurse who failed to notice an elderly woman had suffered a stroke for more than eight hours has avoided being struck off.

Motorcycle rider, 23, garrotted by dog lead strung across his path

Motorcycle rider, 23, “could have been decapitated” after he was garrotted by a dog lead strung across his path by middle-aged walkersMedics told factory worker Chris Richmond he could have been decapitatedClaims middle-aged couple took revenge for him riding motorbike on grass”They could”ve called the police and they would”ve moved us on,” he said

Mother left her 16-month-old baby home ALONE while she partied for five days and nights

Mother left her 16-month-old baby home ALONE while she partied for five days and nights. Baby was found starving and wearing a nappy which had not been changed for days.She came home periodically to feed infant Cheerios