An inquest into the death of Aboriginal man Wayne Fella Morrison has heard concerns about staffing levels and training at the prison where the 29-year-old was pulled unresponsive from a prison van days before his death.
- Wayne Fella Morrison was pulled unresponsive from a prison van in 2016
- A long-running inquest today took oral evidence for the first time since before the pandemic began
- It will hear from dozens more witnesses over the coming weeks
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains the image of a deceased person.
Mr Morrison died in the Royal Adelaide Hospital three days after being taken out of a prison transport van at Yatala Labour Prison in September 2016.
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