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Inmates reveal prison nurse ‘refused to touch’ ‘Baby A’ who died at Dame Phyliss Frost in Melbourne


The ‘Baby A’ death inquest has heard harrowing accounts from several inmates at a notorious women’s prison of the moment a nurse ‘refused to touch’ an unresponsive newborn – and how guards hung up on them when they pleaded for help.

‘Baby A’ was just 12 days old when she died in the arms of her mother inside the dedicated ‘Mothers and Children Units’ at Victoria’s Dame Phyllis Frost Centre in 2018.

The coronial inquest on Thursday heard how a prison nurse failed to perform CPR on the unresponsive baby and guards did not respond to repeated intercom calls for help.

The distressing testimony comes amid claims newborn babies jailed with their mothers at the facility are being forced to wait up to an hour for pain relief. 

Dame Phyllis Frost Centre can hold 604 inmates and contains a dedicated unit for mothers and their children, from babies up to to pre-schoolers

Dame Phyllis Frost Centre can hold 604 inmates and contains a dedicated unit for mothers and their children, from babies up to to pre-schoolers

Women live together in large groups inside the women's prison

Women live together in large groups inside the women’s prison

Four new mothers from the Dame Phyllis Frost…



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