A four-year-old boy had to lie on a hospital floor for hours with an oxygen mask after being admitted for suspected pneumonia.
Four-year-old Jack, lying on a hospital floor, has become an issue dogging the Conservative Party leader.
Challenged over the fact the photo had been on the front page of the Daily Mirror that day and it was unlikely the prime minister was not aware of it, Mr Buckland says Mr Johnson "clearly hadn't seen the photograph".
Jack was eventually diagnosed with influenza A and tonsillitis.
Ms Williment said she would be voting Labour in Thursday's election for the first time ever, due to her concerns about the NHS.More news: WhatsApp new feature: Get call waiting facility on Android phones
Johnson responded by saying: "What we are doing is we are taking this country forward and we are investing in the NHS, and what would be the worst thing possible would be to have a government that is mired in more deadlock, more disarray and unable to move forward".
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said: 'Our hospitals are treating a record number of people, and with increasing demand we are putting a record £33.9billion extra funding into our NHS'. "How do you feel looking at that photo?"
But the reporter said: "You refuse to look at the photo, you've taken my phone and put it in your pocket, prime minister".
Johnson then took the phone out of his pocket, looked at the photo on the screen, and said: "It's a awful, bad photo".
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And he said the PM did look at it before he put it into his pocket, and addressed the image in the interview.
"Don't give this disgrace of a man five more years of driving our NHS into the ground".
When challenged, Johnson took the phone out, looked at it and said: "It is a bad, awful photo, and I apologise obviously to the family and all those who have bad experiences in the NHS, but what we are doing is supporting the NHS".
Asked if it was fear of Labour that made his party set up the website, Johnson said: "I'm afraid the short answer to that question is that I haven't got the foggiest idea".
Pike then tweeted the full video and at a press event later, several other journalists probed the prime minister about why he had not looked at the photograph but he did not reply directly, instead promising to increase money in the NHS and saying he would rebuild "the whole of Leeds Royal Infirmary from top to bottom".More news: Ericsson hit with over $1 billion in fines for bribing government officials