A man has been charged with grievous bodily harm after a five-month-old baby was found critically injured in Queensland.
Neighbours claimed to hear screaming coming from a house in Bundamba, south-west of Brisbane, and rushed in to help the little boy.
A 23-year-old from Lockrose, west of Brisbane, will face Ipswich Magistrates Court on Wednesday after the child was discovered on June 23.
The baby boy was found with multiple critical injuries in a home on Lindsay Street and was taken to Queensland Children’s Hospital, police said.
The infant remains in intensive care in a critical condition in the hospital.
A five-month old child was found with critical injuries on Lindsay Street in Bundamba (pictured) on June 23
A neighbour told 7News they heard the baby screaming and rushed over to perform first aid before paramedics arrived at the scene.
The man arrested is known to the family of the infant, police said.
Initial reports suggested the baby had endured a medical episode before emergency services arrived at the scene.
Queensland Police are continuing their investigations into the incident.
The address became a crime scene, with the 23-year-old charged with grievous bodily harm known to the family of the infant (stock image)