The baby’s physique was pulled from the water at Grand Union Canal (Picture: PA)
A new child baby has been found dead in a canal in north-west London.
The toddler’s physique was pulled from the water at Grand Union Canal, close to Old Oak Lane, shortly earlier than 1.20pm on Sunday.
The baby was pronounced dead on the scene.
Ealing Police have since urged the baby’s mom to hunt medical assist.
Officers are at present on the scene investigating the circumstances across the baby’s loss of life.
Pictures taken close to the canal present a fireplace engine and emergency service staff strolling across the canal.
The toddler’s physique was pulled from the water shortly earlier than 1.30pm (Picture: Ben Cawthra/LNP)
The baby was found on Sunday afternoon (Picture: PA)
Police have urged the mom to hunt medical help (Picture: PA)
Numerous cordons are in place across the space and police stated they might stay there for ‘hours’.
‘We urge the baby’s mom to hunt medical help by way of 999,’ added police in an announcement on Twitter.
A London Ambulance Service spokesperson stated: ‘We have been known as at 1:35pm as we speak to Old Oak Lane, NW10, to reviews of a physique of an toddler found in the canal.
Emergency providers have been pictured near the canal this afternoon (Picture: PA)
Police are at present investigating the circumstances across the toddler’s loss of life (Picture: PA)
‘We despatched quite a few assets to the scene: an incident response officer, a sophisticated paramedic practitioner, a medical group supervisor and two ambulance crews. We additionally dispatched our hazardous space response group.
‘Sadly, an toddler was confirmed to be deceased on the scene.’
Anyone who has data is requested to name 101.
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