A South Australian woman charged with the murder of her elderly parents suffered a diabetic attack just before her trial.
Raelene Polymiadis, 62, is accused of administering their own insulin to Brenda Anderson and Lynton Anderson, both 94, causing them to die a year apart.
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Ahead of a hearing Tuesday, July 25, into the 62-year-old’s request for release from house arrest on bail, she suffered a medical attack in a court cell.
It is the second time in a week that she has had a hypoglycemic attack while in detention.
Polymiadis was wheeled out of the Supreme Court building in a hospital bed just before 4pm, face and body covered with a sheet.
Her lawyer told the court in a previous appearance that Polymiadis had not had access to the right medication, which caused her blood sugar levels to drop.
The bail hearing will resume Friday morning.