Toddler is seriously injured after being hit by a reversing car in a driveway in Sydney
- A 21 month old boy is in a serious condition after being hit by a car in Sydney
- Emergency services were called to the house in Strathfield on Friday at 3.50 p.m.
- He sustained head injury and was taken to the Children’s Hospital in Westmead
A 21-month-old boy is in a serious condition after being hit by a car in the southwest of Sydney.
Emergency services were called to Hunter Street in Strathfield on Friday at 3.50 pm following reports of a child being hit by a car.
The boy suffered a serious head injury and was taken to the children’s hospital in Westmead.
It is clear that he was hit when the car reversed in the driveway.
A 21-month old boy was hit by a car in the inner west of Sydney
A white Toyota Tarago is parked in the garage of the Hunter Street residence
Several NSW ambulance crews and a medical team of specialists were sent to the scene.
NSW Ambulance Inspector said: “Incidents like these are the worst nightmare of parents and paramedics.”
‘As you can imagine, finding a job like this is pretty horrible, it was very disturbing for the first respondents on stage.
“Going to a job involving a child is extremely difficult for paramedics, the crews on stage work together to get the best possible outcome for our patients.”
Photos of the scene show police tape in front of the house, while officers asked their questions.
A white Toyota Tarago is parked in the garage.
Police were called to Hunter Street in Strathfield around 3.50 pm on Friday following reports of a child being hit by a car
The boy was taken to the children’s hospital in Westmead. A spokeswoman for the NSW Police said his condition is ‘unknown’
Depicted: the garage of the house in Strathfield, inner-west of Sydney, on Friday