A pregnant woman and her unborn child were killed in a Los Angeles shooting on Sunday morning, authorities said. Arlene Rodriguez, 24, who was seven months pregnant, was struck by a gunman as she sat in a car in a neighborhood of Wilmington, police said.
Published: 2020-11-17 01:41 am
Pregnant woman, unborn child killed in Los Angeles shooting
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A pregnant woman and her unborn child were killed in a Los Angeles shooting on Sunday morning, authorities said.

Arlene Rodriguez, 24, who was seven months pregnant, was struck by a gunman as she sat in a car in a neighborhood of Wilmington, police said.

An unidentified man working on the car’s engine was also shot, but is expected to survive, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The shooter fired multiple shots at the vehicle before fleeing.

Rodriguez became the city’s 294th murder victim of the year. Los Angeles has not exceeded 300 homicides in a year since 2009.

With Post wires

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