Published: Wed, November 08, 2017
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Auto ploughs into Australia classroom; 2 children dead, few injured

Auto ploughs into Australia classroom; 2 children dead, few injured

They were trapped under the auto before being rescued, but were later pronounced dead.

Hundreds of flowers have been laid at the school. However, the condition of another nine-year-old is serious.

Counsellors are being provided by the state government to those affected by the incident. Their family members are receiving grief counselling.

Some of the tributes included hand written notes from fellow students at the school who have been devastated by what happened to their classmates.

Year four student Mariam Issmail was in a nearby classroom when the auto smashed into the school.

A minute of silence was observed by the crowd.

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It is not yet been established whether or not she had any connection to the school.

A student named Tarek said he started crying when the vehicle crashed into the classroom.

Two eight-year-old boys lost their lives at hospital where three girls are being treated for their injuries.

"He was saying "I want my mum". "She wouldn't have got to see him before he died".

Most of the other 19 children in the classroom were assessed at the scene by paramedics.

A Toyota Kluger driven by a 52-year-old woman hit the classroom inside the school grounds of Greenacre Public School near Boronia Road at around 10am on Tuesday.

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"[Paramedics] are trained the deal with such tragedies, and to respond in an appropriate manner is so that the pre hospital care is administered", Radnidge said.

Three injured girls also remain in hospital after what ambulance officers described as a "horrific incident" that left a "scene of carnage".

Year five student Eman Saeed returned to school today, which her mother Beenish Saeed said was her choice.

According to The Daily Telgraph police are ruling it as a tragic accident and believe that Maha Al-Shennag was not under the influence of any substances.

The woman, who screamed "help, I'm sorry" after the crash has been charged with two counts of risky driving occasioning death and suspended her licence.

Acting Assistant Police Commissioner Stuart Smith said: 'We're not looking this as an intentional act'.

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The ABC understands Ms Al-Shennag was a parent at the school.

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