POLICE have questioned and counseled the mother of a toddler who suspectedly swallowed Panadol tablets in the north last week.
Police spokeswoman Ana Naisoro said the woman was interviewed under caution and counseled on safety precautions. "The medical report revealed the child to be normal and 14 halves of Panadol tablets were found underneath the baby's bed," Ms Naisoro said. "The case file has been forwarded to the Director of Public Prosecution's office for further direction," she said.
Meanwhile, a one and a half-year-old infant alleged to have consumed fuel injection cleaner has been cleared by doctors.
Ms Naisoro said investigations revealed that no chemical was spilt on the floor, there was no change to the amount of liquid in the bottle.
Police continue are urging arents to closely supervise their children at all times.