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Victorian Premier Called Out Over His Role in the State Health Emergency

Victorian Premier has been questioned over his role in the state’s health crisis that led to the death of a 14-year-old girl waiting for an ambulance as well as 15 other Victorians’ deaths in the recent months.

14-year-old Lydia Anseline died on April 13 from an asthma attack after waiting for over 30 minutes for the to arrive.

During Question Time on May 11, Victorian Opposition Leader asked if Andrews would “finally take responsibility for the failings” in the health system that has led to the death of Lydia and many other Victorians.

“The death of any Victorian is a tragedy,” Andrews responded, “I’m responsible as every member of the government.”

He also mentioned that coronial processes for the Victorians are also “important” as learning from “every incident is deeply at the centre of our health system.”

The questioning comes as the Victorian Ambulance announced code

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