Jimmie Allen shared an update on Twitter Tuesday after his family suffered a medical emergency.

The country singer revealed his five-week-old daughter Zara James had been taken to hospital “having a hard time breathing,” but “lazy” doctors had turned them away.

He posted:

Allen later added:

The musician’s latest comments come after his wife Alexis took to Instagram on Nov. 21 to share the news that the two children the couple share — Zara James and one-year-old Naomi Bettie – were sick.

The story featured footage of Alexis holding her newborn with her daughter and the caption: “Two sick babies. One exhausted mama 🥵”.

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In a heartbreaking turn of events, her second story revealed she may have been denied service.

“Turned away by hospital yesterday AM Ambulance at 2AM,” her caption read. “Basically if your child isn’t blue at the lips they will not have answers for you. That’s been my last 24 hours.”

She continued, “Not one doctor has taken the time to actually listen and make sure she’s really okay – 10 min in and outs. What this nurse mama is seeing/hearing is so frightening.”

The mother of two did not reveal the nature of the illnesses, but did thank fans for their support.

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“Thank you everyone for the kind words and for thinking of us during this time. Hopefully, I’ll have more answers today 🖤,” she wrote in her final story with a photo of sleeping Zara.

The couple welcomed baby Zara in October.

Jimmie Allen cancelled his concert in Forest City, North Carolina, this week due to a “family emergency.”