The family and friends of 24-year-old Emily Kerr, who died in Majorca last week of an asthma attack just four days into her honeymoon, spent the weekend comforting her husband of just two weeks, 26-year-old Scott. The young woman's death has been attributed to a series of errors and Scott, aged 26, told the Scottish media yesterday that he blamed “bungling medics” for his wife's death. But the Majorcan health department yesterday denied reports that the ambulance which rushed Emily Kerr to a medical centre after suffering a severe asthma attack, was not equipped with oxygen, a claim which has been made by the family. A spokesperson for the Majorcan health authority said “all ambulances, absolutely all of them in Majorca are equipped with oxygen”. Emily Kerr and her husband were enjoying a drink in a Santa Ponça bar when she suffered the attack but according to claims, vital minutes were lost because the ambulance went to the wrong address. There was apparently another complication which further delayed the ambulance.


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