Inquest opens into the death of two patients treated by an overseas out-of-hours doctor

A FOREIGN doctor administered a fatal overdose to a 70-year-old man an inquest was told. David Gray from Manea, died after he was given more than ten times the recommended daily dose of diamorphine, his family s lawyers claim. The inquest at Wisbech is in

A FOREIGN doctor administered a fatal overdose to a 70-year-old man an inquest was told.

David Gray from Manea, died after he was given more than ten times the recommended daily dose of diamorphine, his family's lawyers claim.

The inquest at Wisbech is in to the deaths of two patients treated by the overseas out-of-hours doctor Dr Daniel Ubani, a locum doctor from Germany.

Dr Ubani was on his first shift for a GP out-of-hours service provider when he injected Mr Gray on February 16, 2008.

The inquest, being heard by Cambridgeshire North and East Coroner William Morris, was also examining the death of another of Dr Ubani's patients. Iris Edwards died a day after she was treated by Dr Ubani, 66.