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Child, 1, rushed to hospital after police flagged down on street

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A one-year-old child was rushed to hospital this morning after suffering a 'medical episode' in Stretford. A Greater Manchester Police patrol car was flagged down on Ponsonby Road, near Davyhulme Road East, at around 4.50am.

Officers stepped in to help the child who was 'suffering a medical episode'. A stretch of Davyhulme Road East was cordoned from off Davyhulme Road and Belford Road as emergency crews responded.

A car was pictured on the road within the police tape. READ NEXT: LIVE M60 updates: Huge emergency response after 'car overturns and sets on fire' The child was then rushed to hospital from the scene.

They remain there this afternoon. A GMP spokesperson said there were 'no suspicious circumstances'. In a statement, the force spokesperson said: "At around 4.50am this morning (Sunday 19 May 2024), one of our patrol vehicles was flagged down and alerted to a child suffering a medical episode while on Ponsonby Road in Stretford, Manchester. "A one-year-old child remains in hospital.

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