UPDATE: Bundamba baby's condition improves
UPDATE | Thursday 3pm: A 5-month-old boy who was located in a critical condition on Tuesday has been stabilised, a Queensland Children's Hospital spokesperson confirmed.
The baby was located at a Bundamba home on Tuesday and rushed to hospital after suffering a reported medical episode.
A crime scene was established at the address yesterday and Ipswich Child Protection Detectives are continuing investigations.
EARLIER | Wednesday 4pm: Ipswich Child Protection Detectives are investigating after a 5-month-old baby boy was located in a critical condition at an address in Bundamba, yesterday.
Emergency services attended the scene at 3.30pm after the child was reported to have suffered a medical episode.
The boy was transported to the Queensland Children's Hospital where he remains in a serious condition.
A Queensland Police Spokesperson confirmed a crime scene had been established and police investigations are continuing.
INITAL: POLICE established a crime scene at a property on Lindsay St in Bundamba, this morning.
Neighbours told The Queensland Times they were confused and concerned after detectives were door knocking nearby homes at about 8:30 this morning.
"This morning there were about six (police) cars," one woman said.
She said the people who lived at the property "seem like a nice couple"
"I just don't know what's happened," she said.
It's understood two ambulances were at the same property yesterday afternoon.
More to come…