A Texas woman is accused of stabbing three of her children to death and injuring two more of her children, according to ABC News affiliate WFAA.
Sources told the outlet that three elementary school-aged children (a six-year-old and two five-year-olds) were found dead inside a home in Ellis County on Friday afternoon. Two other children, a four-year-old and a 13-month-old, were injured and taken by helicopter to a nearby hospital with stab wounds, according to the report. Their conditions have not been released.
Sources with Child Protective Services (CPS) told WFAA that Shamaiya Hall, 25, allegedly stabbed her children when a CPS worker came unannounced to the home because the worker “suspected Hall was having unsupervised visitations with her children,” the report states. CPS confirmed the five children were siblings.
“The Ellis County Sheriff’s Office confirmed…