Boy, 3, suffers serious burns at Sydney teppanyaki restaurant

A little boy and his father have been hospitalised after suffering serious burns at a restaurant in Sydney’s southwest.

The boy, 3, and his dad, 45, were at Narellan Town Centre on Sunday when both suffered burns to their face and arms about 12.30pm, a NSW Ambulance spokesman said.

This was said to be the moment the little boy and his dad were burnt inside the restaurant. Source: 7 News

“Five crews including our aeromedical team which carries a critical care doctor and critical care paramedic attended,” he said.

“The man was transported to Concord Hospital and the boy to Westmead Children’s Hospital.”

They were both hospitalised in a serious condition.

A Westmead Children’s Hospital spokesperson on Monday told Yahoo News Australia the boy remains in a serious but stable condition.

A boy is carried on to a stretcher by a blonde woman in Narellan.

The spokesperson confirmed the boy had been at a teppanyaki restaurant when the incident occurred.

The boy and his dad were celebrating a birthday at the restaurant when flames came off a hot plate while a chef was pouring oil on it, 7 News reported.

A NSW Police spokesman confirmed officers attended the call but it’s not expected any further action will be taken.

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