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An pressing police investigation is underway after a child was discovered useless in a London road yesterday night.

Emergency companies rushed to the scene at round 4pm on Monday, July 9 to reviews of a “concern for welfare” in Camden, north London.

When they arrived on the incident on Taviton Street, a child was discovered useless. The reason behind the tragedy just isn’t but recognized, as enquiries proceed into the circumstances. It seems that no arrests have been made to this point.

A Met Police spokesman advised The Sun: “Police were called to Taviton Street, WC1, to reports of a concern for welfare.

“Officers and London Ambulance Service attended the scene. A child was sadly discovered useless. Enquiries proceed into the circumstances.”

Express.co.uk has contacted the Met Police for additional data.