A primary school student has described the moment a car crashed into her classroom in Sydney's south-west on Tuesday morning and killed two children.
A woman, 52, was behind the wheel of a Toyota Kluger when it hit a demountable at Banksia Road Public School in Greenacre at 10.30am.
Zeinab Karim told Daily Mail Australia it felt like her 'classroom just fell down.'
'We were in the classroom and when we heard a big bang we stood up,' the nine-year-old said.
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Primary school student Zeinab Karim (far right) has described the moment a car crashed into her classroom in Sydney's south-west on Tuesday morning and killed two children
A woman, 52, was behind the wheel of a Toyota Kluger when it hit a demountable at Banksia Road Public School in Greenacre at 10.30am
Pictured if the front entrance of Banksia Road primary school. Parents can be seen arriving to pick up their children
Photos from the scene show the Toyota Kluger bursting through the walls of the classroom
'There was a black out straight away we were evacuated to Kindergarten. It was really scary cos I never would have imagined a class collapse on its own.'
Zeinab said none of her friends were hurt but that her dad was so worried his 'face went bright red.'
Neighbour Riad Kadour told Daily Mail Australia he heard the car ram through the portable building followed by the shrieks of children.
Mr Kadour said he initially thought the incident was a terrorist attack.
'My daughter was at the school she was distressed, seeing her like that was heart breaking,' he said.
The children were believed to be in the middle of an Arabic class when the fatal crash happened.
Two boys, aged eight, were critically injured but were later pronounced dead at Westmead Children's Hospital.
A total of 22 children are believed to have been injured when the car ploughed through the demountable wall
Parents were crowded around the school gates to pick up their children this morning
Parents hug outside the Banksia Road Public School school gates after the fatal crash
Police are asking parents who wish to collect their children to attend the Boronia Road school entrance
NSW Ambulance Chief Superintendent Richard Cohen has confirmed children under the age of nine are involved
NSW Ambulance Chief Superintendent Richard Cohen has confirmed the children injured are under the age of nine.
Two eight-year-old girls were rushed to Westmead Children's Hospital in a stable condition, and one nine-year-old girl is in a serious