World: Cruise ship staff tied up 83-year-grandmother with dementia in £8,500 ($AU15,201) suite and injected her with sedative as she had panic attack in move that 'contributed to her death' weeks later, rules coroner - PressFrom - Australia
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WorldCruise ship staff tied up 83-year-grandmother with dementia in £8,500 ($AU15,201) suite and injected her with sedative as she had panic attack in move that 'contributed to her death' weeks later, rules coroner

23:16  03 july  2019
23:16  03 july  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Cruise ship staff tied up 83-year-grandmother with dementia in £8,500 ($AU15,201) suite and injected her with sedative as she had panic attack in move that 'contributed to her death' weeks later, rules coroner© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Coroner Nigel Parsley said at the inquest into her death at Suffolk Coroners' Court that the 'sequence of events which started on the ship, and the treatment which she received overseas, had a cumulative and contributing effect on her death'. Pictured: Mrs Hayward in hospital

The cruise ship staff who tied up a grandmother with dementia and injected her with a sedative as she had a panic attack 'contributed to her death' weeks later, a coroner has ruled.

Marguerite Hayward, 83, was staying in an £8,500 suite on the Regent Seven Seas Cruises Explorer with her husband Fred when she became ill.

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In the early hours of April 25, 2017, she awoke from a nightmare and had a panic attack linked to her dementia.

Mr Hayward, a war veteran, called reception for help, and seven members of staff came to the room and bound her feet and hands with bathrobe cords before sedating her, reports the Telegraph.

Cruise ship staff tied up 83-year-grandmother with dementia in £8,500 ($AU15,201) suite and injected her with sedative as she had panic attack in move that 'contributed to her death' weeks later, rules coroner© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Marguerite Hayward, 83, was staying in an £8,500 suite on the Regent Seven Seas Cruises Explorer with her husband Fred, pictured together, when she became ill Cruise ship staff tied up 83-year-grandmother with dementia in £8,500 ($AU15,201) suite and injected her with sedative as she had panic attack in move that 'contributed to her death' weeks later, rules coroner© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Staff on the six-star cruise bound her feet and hands and sedated her before forcing the couple, pictured on their wedding day, to leave the boat in Sorrento, Italy, the next day

The next morning, despite the fact that Mrs Hayward was much calmer, the couple were ordered to leave the six-star cruise ship in Sorrento, Italy, where she was taken to hospital.

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The couple, who had been married for 64 years and lived in Lavenham, Suffolk, were also given a £1,000 ($AU1,788) bill for the sedatives.

She stayed there for five days before flying home to the UK, where she was treated at West Suffolk Hospital.

Mrs Hayward died on July 29 after being moved to Glastonbury Court care home.

Coroner Nigel Parsley said at the inquest into her death at Suffolk Coroners' Court that the 'sequence of events which started on the ship, and the treatment which she received overseas, had a cumulative and contributing effect on her death'.

Mr Hayward, 89, passed away in February. He previously told the Daily Mail that he feared becoming a casualty himself okwhile waiting at the Italian hospital with his wife.

A spokesperson for Regent Seven Seas Cruises told the Telegraph: 'We would like to express our deepest sympathies to the Hayward family.

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'We support the coroner's conclusion that the decision to medically disembark Mrs Hayward to receive further medical attention was correct and that no criticism was made of our staff's conduct in this very sad and difficult situation.'

Cruise ship staff tied up 83-year-grandmother with dementia in £8,500 ($AU15,201) suite and injected her with sedative as she had panic attack in move that 'contributed to her death' weeks later, rules coroner© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Mr Hayward, 89, passed away in February. He previously told the Daily Mail that he feared becoming a casualty himself while waiting at the Italian hospital with his wife Cruise ship staff tied up 83-year-grandmother with dementia in £8,500 ($AU15,201) suite and injected her with sedative as she had panic attack in move that 'contributed to her death' weeks later, rules coroner© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Pictured: the six-star cruise ship Mr and Mrs Hayward were staying on

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