Mount Druitt toddler falls 10m from balcony

A toddler is flown to a Sydney hospital after climbing onto a chair and falling 10 meters from a residential balcony in western Sydney.

A Careflight rescue helicopter is currently on the ground on Hythe Street in Mount Druitt and will fly the boys to Westmead Children’s Hospital.

Three NSW ambulances and a Careflight helicopter are on site.

Three NSW ambulances and a Careflight helicopter are on site.Credit:Isabella Porra

The exact injuries of the boy are not known.

NSW Ambulance confirmed the boy had fallen from an apartment building. The family is on site with the boy and three rescue workers.

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Callan Tansill

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