Baby boy rushed to hospital from Swansea city centre
A BABY boy has been rushed to hospital after developing breathing difficulties in Swansea city centre.
The emergency services were called to Oxford Street this lunchtime, and the youngster was taken by ambulance to Morriston Hospital.
His condition is understood not to be life-threatening.
The alarm was raised at around 1.15pm.
A spokesman for South Wales Police said: “Police were called to Oxford Street following reports that a young baby had developed breathing difficulties.
“Paramedics attended and treated the child, who was then conveyed to Morriston Hospital for further treatment.”