Donald Lock 'road rage' killing: Son on NHS failings
A man who stabbed a retired solicitor 39 times after a crash between their cars has been convicted of his manslaughter.
Matthew Daley, 35, killed Donald Lock on the A24 in Findon near Worthing last July, after the 79-year-old ran into the back of his vehicle.
Mr Lock's son, Andrew, said the NHS had let the family down and that his father would have "still been here today if the NHS had done its job properly".
Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has apologised "unreservedly", saying it "got things wrong".
16 May 2016
- From the section UK