The former fraud analyst fell outside his home in Brook Road on December 20, 2017, after being dropped off by Tony Killow, a volunteer driver for the Wales Ambulance Services Trust.
Mr Stanton, known as Bob, had been to Abergele Hospital for treatment to his eyes as he suffered from glaucoma, and Mr Killow said he was aware from notes that he also suffered from vertigo.
Mr Killow told the inquest that drivers were meant to ensure that patients safely entered their homes but after Mr Stanton had got out of his car another car came up behind so he drove on a few yards, telling Mr Stanton: "Wait there while I park."
John Gittins, coroner for North Wales East and Central asked Mr Killow: "With the benefit of hindsight, do you think you should have taken him to the door?" Mr Killow, a volunteer driver for 11 years, replied: "I agree."
Barrister Trish Gaskell, for the Ambulance Trust, said that there had been a thorough de-briefing with Mr Killow
and an action plan introduced to prevent a recurrence and clarify procedures for volunteer drivers.
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Pictured from left: Della Pritchard; David Mackenzie; Tony Killow; Dyfrig Roberts ?Denbigh Community First Responders are volunteers in and around Denbigh who respond to medical emergencies on behalf of the Ambulance Service.