Eight-month-old baby has been rushed to hospital after being found unconscious in a bath at a home in Sydney’s west.

Emergency services were called to a house on Birch Street in North St Marys just after 10am this morning.

Paramedics were told an eight-month-old baby boy had been found unconscious in a bath.

Ambulance officers worked frantically to revive the infant at the scene before rushing him to the Nepean Hospital.

According to police, the little boy is in a serious but stable condition.

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident.

We hope he makes a full recovery!
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  • Poor little darling, hope there’s a full recovery. A timely reminder you can never ever ever leave little ones unattended in the bath (around water of any kind) for any amount of time, no matter how short.


  • Unfortunately the baby has most likely inhaled/ and or swallowed some of the bath water. One thing that concerns me was there any soap or baby wash of any type in the water?


  • Best wishes to the baby and family.


  • wow! I dont wish to comment because there is little facts here apart from he was found unconscious – so I will leave that for another time.

    i would just like to say that I take my hat off to our paramedics, ambulance, police and fire officers for what they do each and everyday. It takes a special person to be able to deal with all these horrific and upsetting incidents. I hope that they are offered loads of support and they have counselling available to them at all times!

    Hope the little boy recovers fully.


  • Another unavoidable accident, I hope he makes a full recovery.


  • I hope that everything will go fine for this little one.


  • Another story of a baby neglected,hopefully he will be okay.


  • how does this happen now days, everyone knows, every one hears and sees the warnings!


  • No No No – was he left unattended? Hope bub makes a full recovery. So frightening and so sad. What Ambulance officers have to go through too :(


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