A Coroner should reveal what can be done to prevent other Victorians from dying if there is a repeated asthma storm.
Seven men and three women, aged between 18 and 57, died during or immediately after the storm that struck Melbourne in November 21, 2016.
A combination of high pollen levels, strong winds, warm temperatures, air humidity and a cold front has triggered severe asthma attacks and an unprecedented surge in the demand for ambulances throughout the city.
LUXURY AMBULANCE FOR THUNDERSTORM ASMA 000 CALLERS
LIFESAVING PADS FOR HAY FEVER, SUFFERING ASMA
ASTHMA REQUIRES NONA VICTIM
Coroner Paresa Spanos is ready to deliver his findings to the Coroner Court of Victoria on Friday after a five-day hearing in June to investigate the circumstances of his death.
Approximately 1,400 people were treated at the hospital at that time.
Omar-Jamil Moujalled, 18, Hope Marsh, 20, Apollo Papadopoulos, 35, Clarence Leo, 37, Ling-Ling Ang, 47, Thao La, 48, Hoi-Sam Lau, 49, Priyantha Peiris, 57, Min Guo, 29, and Le Hue Huynh, 46, are all dead.
The results of the investigation will take into account what has been learned since then and the preparation for a possible similar event in the future.