A pub manager has demanded disciplinary action against a paramedic she claims would not help save a customer's life.
Melissa Procter-Blain, 32, died after suffering a heart attack at The Crown in Spondon, Derbyshire.
Her friends and family have told how the lone paramedic who responded to a 999 call first parked outside the wrong premises and then refused to enter the pub.
They also claim the female paramedic refused to try to resuscitate the mother-of-three on her own and that one of the pub's customers had to step in instead until back-up arrived.
Landlady Michelle Doherty, 34, is now calling for the paramedic to be suspended while an investigation into the incident is conducted.
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