A child has been rushed to hospital after falling from a window onto concrete below.
The boy, four, suffered suspected head, neck and spinal injuries in Sylvania, in Sydney’s south, about 8pm on Thursday.
Intensive care paramedics travelled with the child to the Sydney Children’s Hospital, where he remains in a serious condition.
The boy, 4, (pictured above) was taken to the Sydney Children’s Hospital after falling through a window
It is understood the child fell through a window (pictured above) onto the concrete below at an address in Sylvania, in Sydney’s south
The child’s mother was distraught at the scene, breaking down after her son was transported away in an ambulance.
A spokesperson from NSW Ambulance media told Daily Mail Australia the child lost his balance from a ground floor window before falling onto concrete.
‘An ambulance was called just after 8pm and paramedics quickly attended the scene,’ he said.
‘The child was taken to the Sydney Children’s Hospital where he will continue to be assessed.’
According to the spokesperson, the boy’s condition is not believed to be critical at this stage.
Paramedics (pictured above) quickly attended the scene and treated the boy, who fell through a window at a Sydney address on Thursday night
The child was taken to Sydney Children’s Hospital, where he is said to be in a serious condition (scene pictured)
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