Published: Mon, March 20, 2017
Life&Culture | By Ted Wilson

Finsbury Park Toddlers: Boy, One, Dies And Girl In Critical Condition

Finsbury Park Toddlers: Boy, One, Dies And Girl In Critical Condition

They found a one-year-old baby boy and a baby girl, believed to be his twin sister, with serious injuries.

An emergency call was made from Wilberforce Road in the late hours of Saturday (March 18) and both children were rushed to a hospital in east London when officers and the London Ambulance Service (LAS) arrived at 11.10pm.

The girl remains in a critical condition in hospital.

A post-mortem examination on the boy is due to take place soon and police said his family had been informed of his death.

A Met police spokesman said enquiries are underway to establish the full circumstances of the incident.

The Metropolitan Police have not confirmed how the children were injured, but said a murder investigation has been launched by its Homicide and Major Crime Command.

Police were alerted to the scene at Finsbury Park, Hackney just after 11pm Saturday night and deployed a National Police Air Service helicopter to search for the suspect.

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A police vehicle was parked outside the white three-storey building where the children are believed to have been injured. I heard someone was shouting.

Neighbours said officers had been searching properties along the tree-lined street.

"There have been no arrests at this stage".

"She kept on shouting".

Mihai Menea, 29, who lives on the second floor of the building, told the Daily Mail the children were twins who lived on the top floor with their Romanian mother and Indian father. I do not know what she was shouting.

"It's really tense", he said.

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