RANCHO CUCAMONGA (CBSLA.com) — A San Bernardino County man Tuesday was being held on $2 million bail for causing severe injury to his infant son’s brain that left the child in a comatose state.

Weifang Tang, 32, was arrested Aug. 7 on suspicion of child abuse with great bodily injury resulting in a comatose state, paralysis of a child under 8, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said.

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Tang and the child’s mother, who came to America from China to give birth to the victim, brought the 2-month-old to the hospital Aug. 3 after he began experiencing unexplained seizures, vomiting and uncontrollable limb movement.

The baby was then moved the pediatric intensive-care unit of Loma Linda University Children’s Medical Center.

“Further examination and testing revealed the infant had suffered a traumatic brain injury, causing blood to pool in the brain cavity depriving the infant of oxygen needed to sustain brain life,” detective David Clifford said.

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Through an investigation, detectives determined that the baby suffered from shaken-baby syndrome on two occasions.

Officials say Tang delayed taking the boy to a hospital for two days.

“Due to the lack of immediate treatment, the victim also suffered from oxygen deprivation causing irreparable damage to his brain,” Clifford said.

The long-term effects of his injuries remains unknown.

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Tang was booked at the Central Detention Center and was scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday afternoon.