Paddington: Police find girl, 9, who left hospital before diabetes treatment

The girl, whose name was given as Mashael Aldosari. Picture: MPS

The girl, whose name was given as Mashael Aldosari. Picture: MPS - Credit: Archant

Police have found a nine-year-old girl who was taken out of hospital before she could be treated for a potentially serious illness.

The man police believe to be the father. Picture: MPS

The man police believe to be the father. Picture: MPS - Credit: Archant

It was thought the girl – who attended St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington on Sunday – had type 1 diabetes and could have gone into a coma if not treated immediately.

She was taken to the hospital at 5.42pm by a man and woman that police believe are her parents.

A high blood sugar count indicated the girl had type 1 diabetes, but she was taken away from the hospital – at 7.44pm – before this could be confirmed.

Police announced that they had found the girl this morning, explaining that she is now “safe and well”.

The woman police believe to be the mother. Picture: MPS

The woman police believe to be the mother. Picture: MPS - Credit: Archant


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