In another case we represented the parents of a baby girl, only a few weeks old, who had died. The parents had taken her to the ‘out of hours’ GP, as they were concerned that she was unwell and vomiting bile. The parents were reassured. She collapsed two weeks later and was admitted to hospital, where it was quickly determined she required emergency surgery. There was an explosion in the ambulance, later found to be from the air conditioning unit, which caused a delay of a couple of hours in transporting her to the second hospital. She died the morning following surgery. A civil claim followed and the case settled for £9,000.00.