On the street located northwest of Adelaide, according to the police, a mother attacked her two children, causing both of them to sustain life-threatening injuries.
After pulling over her vehicle on Monday evening and taking two young children from the vehicle, the woman, who is 35 years old, is suspected of stabbing both of the children.
According to the police, members of the public detained the woman shortly before 11.30 p.m. on the North-South Motorway near Wingfield and then phoned the police.
The two children were rushed to the Women’s and Children’s Hospital when their condition became life-threatening.
Their condition is currently considered to be stable.
The lady is currently being kept at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, where she was transferred to receive treatment after being transported there.
According to the police, it was anticipated that she will be charged with two counts of attempted murder.
According to Peter Malinauskas, the Premier of South Australia, the alleged assault was “quite tough to fathom.”
“If the claims are shown to be accurate, God knows what circumstances have led to this utter tragedy,” he added. “If the allegations are proven to be true.”
“I don’t want to make assumptions, but presumably, when we see a tragedy of this nature I think it’s a very real possibility that this is a family that has interactions with government agencies in the past. However, [I] don’t know that at this stage, and it’s not something I’d be able to comment on without appropriate briefing on it.” [Citation needed] “I don’t want to make assumptions, but when we see a tragedy of this nature I think