A South Australian woman whose been charged over the murder of her elderly parents has suffered a diabetic attack moments before she was due to face court.
Raelene Polymiadis, 62, is accused of administering her own insulin to Brenda Anderson and Lynton Anderson, both aged 94-years-old, causing their deaths a year apart.
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Before a hearing on Tuesday, July 25, for the 62-year-old’s home detention bail application, she suffered a medical episode while in a court cell.
It’s the second time in a week she has suffered a hypoglycemic attack while in custody.
The couple’s daughter Raelene Polymiadis has been charged over their alleged murders. Credit: 7NEWS
Polymiadis was wheeled out of the Supreme Court building in a hospital bed just before 4pm, with her face and body covered with a sheet.
Her lawyer told the court at an earlier appearance, Polymiadis had been unable to access the right medications, causing her blood sugar level to drop.
The bail hearing will resume on Friday morning.
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