This service may include material from Agence France-Presse (AFP), APTN, Reuters, AAP, CNN and the BBC World Service which is copyright and cannot be reproduced. "I couldn't 100 per cent remember if I was shoved," Ms Locke told the inquest. "He needs help Dean as well he's a mess, and Dean didn't do anything wrong," Ms Locke said. Mr Webber will be required to provide written evidence early next month. She also asked if a support person could help reduce Mr Webber's symptoms and if limiting his time for questioning would have any impact. I know it's stupid," Mr Webber can be heard saying. Mr Davy's family, who flew from New South Wales and spent thousands on hotel quarantine to attend the coronial inquest into his death in Cairns, spoke of their devastation. Earlier on the night of the fatal stabbings, Ms Locke and Mr Davy had been at a party with a group of people they had just met, including Mr Christensen. "Broke into my house… there's blood everywhere. Lawyer Chris Minnery asked why the incident was not treated with more urgency. Mr Webber rang Triple Zero during the altercation and told paramedics "I don't feel safe", but Queensland Ambulance authorities delayed their response to wait for police back-up. Victorian car lover 'extorted' in council towing 'vendetta' 5 MIN . Before the incident began, Mr Christensen and Mr Davy had been drinking with Ms Locke at a party down the road. Mr Davy left the party without Ms Locke, who injured her shoulder after the grand final ended. She also said after she was taken inside Mr Webber's home, she heard Mr Bengoa and Mr Christensen banging on the property's door and screaming her name but did not say she heard the voice of her boyfriend, Mr Davy. She told the inquest she did not see Mr Webber stab either of the men but heard "shoving and grunting" noises while she was hiding in the kitchen of Mr Webber's house. Inquest to probe if police could have prevented stabbing deaths. But a … Lawyer James Minnery said it was a "serious failure". Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume. Thomas Davy and a man he met only hours before, Corey Christensen, died at Alva Beach near Townsville on October 1, 2018. Ms Locke told the inquest a group of men started banging on the house and yelling her name. Alva Beach stabbings: Inquest evidence reveals major delay in emergency response. Officers at Ayr Police Station couldn't respond immediately because they were tied up with a drink-driver in custody. I've just stabbed a bloke that broke into my house". Thomas Davy, 27, and Corey Christensen, 37, both died from stab wounds in October 2018 after they broke into the home of Dean Webber. "I was in the kitchen on the floor and it just sort of sounded like shoving or grunting and there wasn't really words being spoken.". Mr Godbolt said the Christensen family was worried matters of grave importance had been pre-judged, particularly those surrounding how the two men died. Mr Webber took her in and locked the door but claims Ms Locke's boyfriend Mr Davy, 27, and Mr Christensen, 37, ripped the sliding door off its tracks to get in. "One's ability to think and act in a way that avoids danger is impaired with a blood-alcohol at that level.". 2020 US election live results: Who is winning? "Can you call my mum? No job Novak. He told the court Mr Christensen died from a single stab wound to the left side of his chest that penetrated more than seven centimetres into his body and pierced his heart wall. She said the police officer who decided not to charge Mr Webber had faced extensive cross examination, with approximately six hours in the witness box. A coronial inquest into the deaths of Mr Davy and Mr Christensen is examining why no one was ever charged, and the emergency response to the incident by Queensland Police and Ambulance Services. This service may include material from Agence France-Presse (AFP), APTN, Reuters, AAP, CNN and the BBC World Service which is copyright and cannot be reproduced. A lawyer representing relatives of a man who was fatally stabbed in the heart at Alva Beach, south of Townsville, has asked a coroner to disqualify herself from an inquest examining his death. When the police finally got to the door, the operator told Mr Webber not to move and to do what the police said. "They were laughing and I was quite distressed," she said. In the calls, Mr Webber can be heard crying and asking for his mum while he told the operator: "I need police right now. Property News: How to transform your home without renovating - When Mr Webber called police, the pair was advised to turn off the lights and hide. Coroner Bentley dismissed the application, saying she was not satisfied there were grounds for apprehension of bias. On Friday, Mr Webber briefly gave evidence by phone, but declined to answer questions, on the basis the evidence might tend to incriminate him. According to Queensland Police Service procedures, a rostered police officer must carry these items while on duty. "I've got an injured lady with me they tried, they physically assaulted her and (indistinct) assaulted me," Mr Webber told the operator. Triple-0 calls made by Dean Webber have been played at an inquest into the stabbing deaths of two men at his Alva Beach home in 2018. Have called out an officer to look after prisoner.". Victoria has recorded its seventh day of no coronavirus cases or deaths, Follow our live coverage of the US election results, ABC's rolling coverage of the US election results, Follow our live coverage for the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic. I was really scared," Ms Locke said. 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But she fell from the vehicle, fracturing her shoulder when she landed. - Charges were never laid against Mr Webber because police ruled he acted in self-defence. The former girlfriend of a man who was stabbed to death at Alva Beach, south of Townsville, in 2018 has broken down, telling a Cairns courtroom her biggest regret is not leaving a party with her boyfriend who was later killed that night. Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume.