A two-year-old boy dies suddenly at the childcare center. The children were sent home shortly after the tragedy.

  • In a Queensland childcare centre, a two-year-old child suddenly passed away.
  • Children were allowed to go home Wednesday night before the centre closes on Thursday.
  • It is being considered ‘not suspicious’ that the circumstances surrounding this death occurred.

After a sudden death at a childcare center, a small group is in mourning.

Paramedics were called to the Little Gems Childcare and Early Learning Centre in Maryborough, on Queensland’s Fraser Coast region, on Wednesday with reports the toddler had died.

Queensland Police stressed to Daily Mail Australia the death is not being treated as suspicious, though investigations are still underway.

According to one mother, she arrived at the centre around 5:30pm to retrieve her daughter. 

“I feel terrible pain for their parents.” she stated.

Imagine dropping your child at daycare to never see them again.

A two-year old toddler has suddenly died at Little Gems Childcare and Early Learning Centre in Maryborough, Queensland on Wednesday afternoon

Two-year-old toddler died suddenly at Little Gems Childcare and Early Learning Centre, Maryborough, Queensland. It happened on Wednesday afternoon

According to the mother who wished to remain anonymous she told the newspaper that her daughter, three, loved going to the daycare centre with each member of staff.

After nurturing every child, she said that staff will feel as if they’ve lost one too.

On Wednesday the centre was closed. The children were sent home earlier than scheduled and it will be open on Thursday. 

The scene was left with a bunch of flowers.

For the coroner, a report will be prepared.  

Queensland Police told Daily Mail Australia the death at the childcare centre was being treated as 'not suspicious'. The centre will remain shut Thursday

Daily Mail Australia received a statement from Queensland Police confirming that there was no suspicious cause of death in the child care centre. On Thursday, the centre will be closed.