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Queensland man dies while waiting for paramedics after fall at home near Hervey Bay

An elderly Queensland man has died at his home in Point Vernon — near Hervey Bay — while waiting for paramedics after a bad fall.

The 84-year-old man fell late on Saturday afternoon, prompting his wife to call Queensland Ambulance Services (QAS).

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He reported back pain and knee pain at the time of the call, QAS Assistant Commissioner for the Sunshine Coast and Wide Bay Region Stephen Gough said.

“The case was coded as a code two for QAS response purposes, which meant that we would be looking for an ambulance as soon as it was available to respond to them,” Gough said.

Paramedics received several calls from the patient’s wife while they waited for an ambulance.

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It was after at least four calls were made that the man’s condition rapidly deteriorated, Gough said.

“The case was immediately upgraded to a 1A response (and) it took approximately nine minutes to get a car on the scene,” he said.

Code 1As is applied to the most critically ill patients and requires an immediate response under lights and sirens.

When paramedics arrived at the Point Vernon home, the man had died.

QAS Assistant Commissioner for the Sunshine Coast and Wide Bay Region Stephen Gough. Credit: 7NEWS

“It’s a very regrettable case when a patient deteriorates while they’re waiting for an ambulance,” Gough said.

QAS reacts based on the information provided and the man’s condition was upgraded to an emergency response as soon as one was warranted, he said.

“The information that was being provided didn’t warrant the case being upgraded before that time.”

About 130 patients were transported to Hervey Bay’s emergency department during this period, Gough said.

Multiple investigations are now underway into the man’s death, including an internal review and a coroner’s inquiry.

“We’ve met with the patient’s family on several occasions and offered our support,” Gough said.

QAS is working with the coroner to provide any necessary information, he said.

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