Two children found dead and an infant were taken to hospital after an 911 call was made about a woman who jumped from a window in Duxbury

TWO children are dead and another has been taken to hospital after being found unconscious in a house on Tuesday night.

A woman was also taken to hospital after reportedly jumping out of a window.

Three children were found unconscious in a home in Duxbury, Massachusetts on Tuesday evening

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Three children were found unconscious in a home in Duxbury, Massachusetts on Tuesday eveningCredit: WHDH
Two of the children, aged five and three, were taken to hospital but were pronounced dead

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Two of the children, aged five and three, were taken to hospital but were pronounced deadCredit: WHDH

Police arrived at the home in Duxbury, Massachusetts, around 6:11 p.m. after a suicide attempt was reported.

The three children were found unconscious in the home with signs of trauma.

A five-year-old girl and a three-year-old boy were taken to hospital but were pronounced dead.

An eight-month-old boy was taken to a Boston hospital where he is being treated.

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According to Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz, everyone in the house appeared to be related.

“This is an unimaginable senseless tragedy,” he said.

Cruz added that there was no threat to the community and an investigation is ongoing.

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