Kane Gorny, the 22-year-old keen footballer who died of dehydration at a hospital has his mother wailing and she says that there was not even a single caring staff member at the ward when her son was being treated.
St George's Hospital in Tooting, south London, is the hospital where this mishap took place and a coroner has branded it `a cascade of individual failures' at the hospital.
Kane needed vital medication that was suppose to retain fluids in his body as in 2011 he had suffered from brain tumor and when after repeated calls for water the staff did not help him, he had to call the police.
According to Rita Cronin, Kane's mother, she had visited the hospital after her son went through a surgery but not even once did she find someone from the hospital staff who was caring after he had left intensive care.
She said, "I felt nobody was bothered about anybody, not just him, other patients as well. I never saw any remorse apart from one doctor," she said. "All I saw was them trying to cover their own backs. I saw many lies as well, heard many lies."
She said that apologies from the staff will not work as she had heard these apologies before but not during her son's inquest.