15-strong gang in attack
Rob Gillies, executive medical director at Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust, said: “We offer our heartfelt condolences to Camille and her family for their loss.
“The trust carefully investigates all births in which the baby doesn’t survive.
“In Camille’s difficult and distressing case, we also commissioned an independent, external investigation.
“Both our own and the external investigation has shown that we responded in the best interests of both Camille and her baby.
“We recognise that during these investigations we failed to keep Camille informed of their progress, for that we are sorry.
“We will be inviting Camille in to discuss the findings of those investigations in more detail.
“Once again, we offer Camille and her family our sincere condolences.”
Camille is now raising money for a headstone for Archie. To give, visit www. justgiving.com/crowd funding/chloe-dutton POLICE are investigating after two youths were attacked in Skelmersdale by a gang of about 15 others.
Police were called to the Asda store at around 6.30pm on Wednesday, May 31.
One witness, who wishes to remain anonymous said: “It was appalling; I can’t believe what I saw. One lad had about 10 on him at one point. It was one-on-one in my day.”
Another said: “What goes around comes around. Those bullies will get their karma.”
Some local residents have voiced concerns about a lack of police in the area.
In February, police had to respond to residents’ fears over anti-social behaviour in the town, after groups of youths threw stones at cars and rode bikes into McDonald’s restaurant.
Anyone with information should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously 0800 555 111. No details will be taken and you will not have to go to court.