A woman who struggled to access night-time care for her dying father has told the BBC he "shouldn't have been expected to die in office hours".
Tracey Bennett said she was "completely lost" when her dad Michael needed help.
Early in 2021, Mrs Bennett, 54, from Doncaster, moved in with her dad, 76-year-old Michael Woodward, to care for him in the last stages of his cancer.
One night he had a fall. Mrs Bennett was able to help him back up but turned to the local NHS palliative care phone line for help, only to find it closed.
Although she did not feel her father should be in