Texas Three of her children were fatally wounded by the mother who fatally attacked them. her A report says that two other children and their parents were hurt by a child service worker who visited the family on Friday.

Sources told WFAA Mother attacked her Young children when Child Protective Services workers arrived in Italy to assist them. TexasUnannounced visitor to our home

Ellis County Police offered little information on Friday but did confirm that three children had been found dead at their Stafford Elementary School home around 4:45 p.m.

The condition of two other patients was not known but they were taken to hospital.


Ellis County deputy Jerry Cozby addresses a conference about the stabbings in Italy on Friday, Texas.
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“All victims were children,” Ellis County Deputy Jerry Cozby spoke.

“Suspect has been detained in the case.”

CPS had previously placed the children — all of whom were siblings — under the guardianship of another relative, the agency’s sources said.

First responders stand on the road outside of the home where a mother stabbed her five children in Italy, Texas.
The road leading to the house where the mother was stabbed is blocked by first responders her five children in Italy, Texas.
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A CPS agent visited the house after it was suspected the mother was making unauthorized visits.
CPS agents visited the property after suspicions were raised that the mother made unwelcome visits.
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An ambulance is parked outside the Italy, Texas home where five children were stabbed by their mother, on Friday.
A car is left outside of Italy to park an ambulance Texas Home where 5 children and their mother were brutally stabbed on Friday
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The scene of Friday’s stabbing was occupied by law enforcement.
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Friday’s worker went to the house because the mother had been unsupervised visiting the children.

“We are shocked by this incomprehensible tragedy, and already working with law enforcement to investigate how this happened, and why,” CPS told WFAA.

CPS did not immediately respond to The Post’s request for comment.