Two small children were flown to the hospital Saturday after the Albion (MI) Department of Public Safety says they were attacked, and one was held underwater by their mother.
Officers responded to a home after getting a 911 call from screaming children asking for help. There were four children in the home, ranging in age from two to 15 years old.
When they got there around 10:30 a.m. Saturday, officers say they heard commotion from behind a locked door.
An Albion officer kicked down the door to find a 35-year-old woman holding a two-year-old girl under the water in the bathtub, Fox 17 reports.
The officers grabbed the toddler from the woman and started CPR until the child started breathing on her own.
Police say the two-year-old also had two stab wounds— one in her chest and another in her throat— while a four-year-old boy in the home had cuts.
Investigators believe both small children had ingested some type of cleaning fluid.
The mother was taken into custody and taken to the hospital because police believed she may have ingested cleaning fluid, too.