Two children killed by vehicle crash at Sydney school

The Scene outside Banksia road Public school in Greenacre where a car has crashed through a classroom

The two boys suffered "multiple traumas" and were pronounced dead on arrival.

The woman, who has been charged with two counts of unsafe driving occasioning death and one count of negligent driving, was granted bail and will appear at Bankstown Local Court on November 29.

"After the incident occurred a 52-year-old woman exited the vehicle and she is now at the hospital with local detectives assisting us going through blood and urine testing".

Police have said she may have been distracted at the time but have not revealed by what.

According a police report, the vehicle, which was being driven by a 52-year-old local woman, entered a Banksia Road Public School classroom filled with kids at about 10:31 a.m.

Nine-year-old pupil Zeinab Karim told Daily Mail Australia it felt like her 'classroom just fell down'. "It was very bad", she said.

A security guard (L) and a police officer stand guard at the Banksia Road Public School following a vehicle crash inside the school's premises in Sydney on November 7, 2017.

He said: 'I keep seeing the blue eyes staring up at me, he was a attractive boy'.

'I said, "your mum will come for you shortly"'.

The children who died were boys aged eight.

She said: "There were a number of distressed and overwhelmed children and teachers at a scene of a disgusting accident".

He said: 'I broke down and thought I could have done more'.

Two boys who were critically injured in the incident later died in Westmead Children's Hospital.

Acting Assistant Police Commissioner Stuart Smith said: 'We're not looking this as an intentional act'.

A DYING boy, eight, cried for his mum as he lay in a "scene of carnage" after a auto ploughed into a primary school in Sydney, a witness has revealed.

A parent consoles her son following the crash.

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