Two children who were found unconscious have been rushed to hospital with an ‘overdose’ after taking tablets
- Two children are suspected of overdosing
- They were found unconscious in the house
- Children understood to have ‘consumed tablets’
Two young children have been rushed to hospital after a suspected overdose.
A boy and girl, believed to be four and five years old, were found unconscious in a home in Airds, southwest Sydney, and were taken to Westmead Children’s Hospital for treatment.
It is clear that the children may have ‘consumed tablets’.
A boy and girl, believed to be four and five years old, were found unconscious in a home in Airds, southwest Sydney.
It is clear that the children may have “taken tablets” – the boy is in a critical but stable condition
Campbelltown Police Area Command officers have identified a crime scene and an investigation is now underway.
A 29-year-old woman is now assisting police in their investigation.
A spokesman for the hospital said a five-year-old boy was in critical but stable condition. The four-year-old girl is in stable condition.