One-year-old girl who fights for life after swallowing up to TWENTY sleeping aids from her parents

One-year-old girl fights for life after swallowing up to TWENTY sleeping aids from her parents in a chic New York hotel

  • Toddler from Brazil took between 15 and 20 of her parents' sleeping aids while staying at their hotel in Manhattan
  • Police officers arrived to see the young girl convulse and hurried her quickly to the hospital
  • She remains on life support in a stable state
  • Authorities are investigating the incident, but do not suspect cheating

A one-year-old girl is on life support after swallowing her parents' sleeping aids in a hotel in New York.

The police was called the chic Night Hotel in Manhattan on Monday evening when the Brazilian mother and father of the baby noticed that she had taken the medicine from a night table.

Officers came to find the girl in the midst of an attack and rushed her to the hospital in a patrol car.

Authorities say she was oxygen-free for a few minutes.

A one-year-old girl from Brazil is on life support after swallowing her parents' sleeping pills in New York & # 39; s Night Hotel (photo)

A one-year-old girl from Brazil is on life support after swallowing her parents' sleeping pills in New York & # 39; s Night Hotel (photo)

It is believed that the baby consumed between 15 and 20 pills while her parents were distracted

It is believed that the baby consumed between 15 and 20 pills while her parents were distracted

It is believed that the baby consumed between 15 and 20 pills while her parents were distracted

It is believed that she consumed between 15 and 20 pills, according to The New York Post.

The one-year life support remained stable on Tuesday.

At the same time, agents were seen in her parents' chic hotel, a short distance from Times Square.

An investigation is open, but cheating is not suspected.

Sleeping pills overdoses are often fatal.

In 2006, a 20-month-old baby died after taking her mother's sleeping pills at their home in Illinois.

Forensic analysis concluded that she had taken between four and twelve Unisom capsules.

Agents were seen Tuesday in the fancy hotel, but they don't suspect cheating

Agents were seen Tuesday in the fancy hotel, but they don't suspect cheating

Agents were seen Tuesday in the fancy hotel, but they don't suspect cheating

In 2006, a 20-month-old baby died after taking her mother's sleeping pills at their home in Illinois.

In 2006, a 20-month-old baby died after taking her mother's sleeping pills at their home in Illinois.

In 2006, a 20-month-old baby died after taking her mother's sleeping pills at their home in Illinois.

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