This just in from reporter Jessica Donnelly:
MONROVIA – A 6-month-old infant was taken from the arms of her mother Monday afternoon by a Great Dane and carried 200 feet before the dog let go, authorities said.
The child was flown to the Los Angeles County USC Medical Center to be treated for bite injuries to the chest, police said.
The child was was reportedly experiencing possible complications Tuesday, but had been in stable condition Monday, officials said.
The mother was visiting her neighbor in the 600 block of Laurel Lane at 2:24 p.m. when the 3-year-old, 170-pound, Great Dane took the child, police said.
Adults chased the dog which carried the infant for 200 feet, Monrovia police Lt. Michael Lee said.
The dog dropped the child and ran home, police said.
Monrovia paramedics treated the child before the infant was flown to the hospital, Lee said.
The dog has been quarantined, where it will remain for ten days during an investigation, the lieutenant said.
Monrovia police say there is no record of aggressive behavior from the dog prior to the attack.