The parents of a 10-year-old boy who fights for life after & # 039; rough play & # 039; fly back from Dubai to be with your son

Nadal Chemaisse was hospitalized in critical condition after being allegedly assaulted.

The mother of a 10-year-old boy who was transferred to the hospital after being allegedly assaulted in a game in the school playground, praised the school staff, paramedics and police for their efforts to save his son's life .

Rana Zahed Chemaisse, the mother of Nadal Chemaisse, flew from Dubai with her husband to be with her son after she suddenly collapsed at the Wattawa Heights Public School in Bankstown, in western Sydney on Tuesday.

"We have never had problems with fights or intimidation … I want to emphasize that he is a happy and popular child at school and we have never had any problems there," Ms. Chemaisse told Nine News.

Nadal Chemaisse was hospitalized in critical condition after being allegedly assaulted.

Nadal Chemaisse was hospitalized in critical condition after being allegedly assaulted.

The young man remained fighting for his life after being "assaulted" and "turning blue" in the school yard, while playing with friends when the incident occurred.

"We are grateful for the quick response from the school, the paramedics and the NSW Police for all their efforts to save my son's life," he said.

Nadal's mother is an employee of the school but she was in Dubai when the incident occurred.

The paramedics performed CPR at Chemaisse after it collapsed at the Wattawa Heights Public School.

The paramedics performed CPR at Chemaisse after it collapsed at the Wattawa Heights Public School.

The paramedics performed CPR at Chemaisse after it collapsed at the Wattawa Heights Public School.

Police initially declared the school playground a crime scene after reports that the child had been beaten.

But relatives of the child, whose condition has stabilized, told Daily Mail Australia that he had been playing with friends and that they did not believe he had been attacked.

& # 39; All these are rumors, there were no attacks, none of that. It was just an incident with friends playing, "said the family member.

A young schoolboy is in critical condition after being allegedly beaten at a school in west Sydney

A young schoolboy is in critical condition after being allegedly beaten at a school in west Sydney

A young schoolboy is in critical condition after being allegedly beaten at a school in west Sydney

The emergency services were called to the school around 12:00 on Tuesday, where they attended the child

The emergency services were called to the school around 12:00 on Tuesday, where they attended the child

The emergency services were called to the school around 12:00 on Tuesday, where they attended the child

"We're just waiting for him to wake up so he can tell us what really happened."

Police confirmed on Wednesday morning that the boy was suffering from a pre-existing medical condition.

In a statement, police said they had spoken to the other students involved in the alleged incident and that they did not expect to take any further action.

"The police were told that the boy was involved in a game with a group of other students when they allegedly assaulted him and fell backwards," the statement said.

& # 39; The child was taken to the Children's Hospital of Westmead, where he remains in a critical but stable condition.

& # 39; It is understood that the child has a pre-existing medical condition.

& # 39; The child's condition will be monitored, but no more police actions are expected & # 39;

The 10-year-old boy was at the Wattawa Heights public school in Bankstown, in western Sydney, when the alleged incident occurred.

The 10-year-old boy was at the Wattawa Heights public school in Bankstown, in western Sydney, when the alleged incident occurred.

The 10-year-old boy was at the Wattawa Heights public school in Bankstown, in western Sydney, when the alleged incident occurred.

Bankstown area officers attended the school and established a crime scene

Bankstown area officers attended the school and established a crime scene

Bankstown area officers attended the school and established a crime scene

The emergency services were called around 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, where they treated the child and turned the school into a crime scene.

According to reports, one student saw the child & # 39; turn blue & # 39; after hitting the floor after the incident.

Parts of the school were closed with adhesive tape by the police, with officers entering the classrooms armed with body cameras.

Angry and worried parents charged at the school's Facebook page, beating the staff and questioning their presence during the alleged incident.

The child was taken to the Westmead Children's Hospital, where he remains in a serious but stable condition

The child was taken to the Westmead Children's Hospital, where he remains in a serious but stable condition

The child was taken to the Westmead Children's Hospital, where he remains in a serious but stable condition

One woman wrote: What a lovable group of staff, allowing a 10-year-old child to be beaten almost to death under his care and supervision.

& # 39; Where were you when this great fight happened? Where was the supervision that is required, by law, to provide the children in your care?

& # 39; Shame, Wattawa Heights school; I hope the young man will survive & # 39;

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