Two Queensland Toddlers Found Dead In Car
Two toddlers found dead in a car south of Brisbane showed signs of exposure to extreme heat, Queensland police say.
Paramedics were called to a home on Logan Reserve Road in Waterford West about 1.35pm on Saturday, where they attempted to revive the two girls, aged one and two.
"Unfortunately, they were both declared deceased at the scene," Detective Inspector Mark White told reporters.
"The children exhibited evidence of being exposed to extreme heat."
Police arrived a short time later and a crime scene was declared around the vehicle, which was parked in the driveway at the front of the property.
"We are speaking with the parents of those children," Detective Inspector White said.
"It's a very, very tragic incident that has occurred."
Police tape has been strung across the front fence of a house where forensic officers are working to confirm the cause of the deaths.
Children were found unresponsive inside a car.
A crime scene has been declared, with police tape strung across the front fence of a house, as officers work to determine the cause of the deaths.