Boy, 5, dies after being sent home from hospital

Boy, 5, dies after being sent home from hospital

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The grieving family of a five-year-old boy who died after being sent home from hospital have told Sky News that he would still be alive if they had been listened to.

Zaheer Ahmed said he “begged and begged” for his nephew Yusuf Mahmud Nazir to be admitted to hospital, but was told “there are no beds and not enough doctors”.

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