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Australia Toddler put on life support after being found unresponsive in home in Victoria's east

08:16  25 november  2021
08:16  25 november  2021 Source:   9news.com.au

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An investigation is underway after a toddler was found unresponsive in a home in Victoria's east and had to be put on life support.

Police say they are still searching for information as to how the 22-month-old girl received serious head injuries almost two weeks after she was rushed into intensive care.

Detective Senior Sergeant Geoffrey Rumble said the little girl's mother and the mother's friends took her to Latrobe Regional Hospital "in a very unresponsive state" about 10.45pm on Friday, November 12.

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He said the toddler had been found at a house on Ashworth Drive, Traralgon where she had received serious head injuries.

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The girl was quickly transferred to Monash Hospital in Melbourne and placed on life support.

Senior Sergeant Rumble said almost two weeks later, the girl continued to be in a "very serious but stable condition".

"We just hope the child does recover," he said.

"We've got real concerns about the injuries that the baby suffered."

It is unclear if the injuries will have a permanent or long-lasting impact on the girl's life.

Senior Sergeant Rumble said police were still establishing what had occurred and how the child was injured.

He has called for anyone with information about the incident, or anyone who was in the area that night, to contact police.

"We want to give some answers to the family as to what happened."

Police searched the house where the girl was injured on Tuesday, seizing several items.

Senior Sergeant Rumble said police had also spoken to a number of Traralgon residents as part of the investigation.

Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or log into www.crimestoppersvic.com.au.

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