NSW Ambulance has reported that two child patients are confirmed as being in cardiac arrest following an incident in Greenacre this morning.
A car drove into a demountable classroom at a Boronia Road school shortly before 9.45am, with seven children sustaining injuries.
The two children in cardiac arrest are currently being transported to Westmead Children's Hospital for further treatment.
There are eight NSW Ambulance crews at the scene, with one intensive care car and NSW Ambulance Chaplains providing support to paramedics.
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In breaking news, there are reports of a car driving into a school in Sydney.
The car has hit children at a primary school on Boronia Road in Greenacre, hitting a demountable classroom at 9.45am this morning.
According to NSW Ambulance Service, seven are being treated with one patient in a critical condition and another in a serious condition.
The ages of the seven patients aren't known at this stage.
It is understood that one is in cardiac arrest.
According to NSW Police, the female driver of the car has been taken to hospital for mandatory blood and urine tests.