Baby girl is left ‘seriously injured’ and woman fights for her life in hospital after nighttime ‘attack’ at Dudley’s home
- Emergency services and police were called to the Tipton property near Dudley
- Woman treated on site before rushed to hospital in critical condition
- The baby girl was also treated before being taken to the hospital for further treatment
A girl has sustained “serious injuries” and a woman is fighting for her life after “abuse” at a house near Dudley.
Ambulance staff and police officers are rushing to the property in The Leasowes, Tipton, around 12:30 today, after an emergency call.
The baby, who had suffered potentially life-threatening injuries, was treated on site before being taken to hospital for further treatment.
Ambulance crew and West Midlands police were called to the accommodation in Tipton, Dudley today at around 12:30 PM.
The woman, who was in critical condition, was also treated on the spot before being rushed to hospital.
A spokesman for Ambulance Service West Midlands said, “We were called by the police at 12:29 am for an attack on a site at The Leasowes in Tipton.
“We sent two ambulances, a paramedic and a BASICS doctor to the site. We treated a woman who was in a critical condition on the spot before taking her to hospital with blue lights.
“Crews also treated a girl for potentially life-threatening injuries before taking her to the hospital with blue lights for further treatment.”
MailOnline has contacted the West Midlands Police Department for comment.
Police vans and rescue workers arrive on site after reports of an “attack” on Tipton’s home