A woman, pregnant with her 4th child, all with placenta previa, goes to the private hospital she is booked into due to bleeding at 30 weeks. She was sent home after everything seemed ok. Four hours later, her husband calls an ambulance as she is bleeding again. The ambulance arrives and after being rejected from the private hospital she was sent home from as they don't take this kind of emergency, and also the local public hospital next door due to no beds, was taken to another nearby public hospital that is not as well equipped to deal with this emergency, as ordered by the ambulance dispatcher. The woman stops bleeding in ambulance and is conscious all the way to hospital.
At the hospital, the woman has an emergency c-section, but has severe bleeding, also has cardiac arrest. The baby is taken to hospital with neonatal care. The mother is on life support and machines about to be turned off.
Hospital is trying to pass responsibility to ambulance, who were just following orders.