Christmas carols from Allambie Heights: The Sydney Christmas event takes a horrific turn after 8-year-old boy was struck by rogue fireworks

Two children have been hospitalized after a Christmas caroling event in north Sydney over the weekend took a chilling turn.

Carollers filming the event captured the moment when rogue fireworks erupted into the crowd at the Allambie Heights Oval just after 9:30 p.m. Sunday.

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An 11-year-old boy watching the performance was hit in the chest by rogue fireworks.

He was taken to the Royal North Shore Hospital with burns and a chest injury but was later transferred to Westmead Children’s Hospital.

An eight-year-old girl was also taken to Northern Beaches Hospital with a wrist injury after getting caught up in a crowd as terrified revelers tried to flee the oval.

Police say emergency services were called to the scene and were told fireworks had been shot into a crowd during an event.

The injuries to both children were not life-threatening.

A number of other patrons were also treated on-site.

A crime scene has been established and SafeWork NSW has been notified.

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James Brien

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