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Toronto woman arrested in connection with dog attack

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38-year-old woman Patrycja Siarek was arrested by police of Toronto.

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A 38-year-old Toronto woman was arrested Sunday in connection with a dog attack that injured a child at Little Norway Park, downtown. The child would now have long-term after-effects.

According to the police, Patrycja Siarek was in the park's playground, near the water's edge, with the dog off leash. The dog then jumped on the child, who was approaching the play area with his father.

The child was bitten and dragged to the ground by the dog. When the woman and the child's father managed to free the child, the woman reportedly left the scene.

A report City of Toronto recommends public registry of dangerous dogs

Patrycja Siarek is now charged with criminal negligence causing bodily harm and two counts under the provincial Dog Owners Liability Act. She is also accused of violating municipal regulations.

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The dog was seized by the City of Toronto animal services.

The Torontonian is due to appear in court today.

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