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Dorset coroner raises concerns over acute behavioural disturbance death

Coroner in pre-inquest review into death of Doug Oak last year raises concerns about ambulance service response

A senior coroner has raised concerns about how ambulance staff deal with people suffering from acute behavioural disturbances after the death of a company director in Dorset.

Doug Oak, 35, who was described by his family as loving and kind-hearted, was restrained by police in Poole after being spotted behaving erratically on the street following an ABD episode.

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