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They said they ran upstairs and performed CPR on Janine until ambulance staff arrived and took over, and briefly revived her. Janine was taken to hospital but doctors were unable to save her life. The carers, who were praised by York Coroner Rob Turnbull for their bravery in giving evidence, said the tube had been in when they last saw Janine and they had not heard any alarm sounding.
Donna Nevis, who described Janine as a ‘lovely, bubbly woman,’ sobbed as she said she dealt with ‘end of life’ matters all the time but nothing which had happened so quickly.
Mr Harris, a former kitman for York Wasps and York City Knights, who runs Anytime Travel York,
said his wife, a previously fit and healthy woman, had been ‘very poorly’ because of motor neurone disease, a neurological condition which causes the degeneration of the motor system. “It has been absolutely horrendous for the family,” he said
He said she had a poor grip and it would have been impossible for her to pull the rubber tube out, and it would always remain a mystery to him as to why it had happened. He also said it had been stressful waiting ten months for the inquest to be held.
Mr Turnbull, who described it as a ‘harrowing tale,’ said the cause of death had been respiratory failure caused by motor neurone disease, and he concluded Mrs Harris had died through natural causes.
Mr Harris said afterwards: “I want to give a massive thank you to the ambulance whom managed to revive Janine and A E who kept her alive so we could say goodbye.”