BALTIMORE (WJZ) –– Doctors made Thursday night emergency delivery after a pregnant woman and man were killed in a drive- shooting in North Baltimore, police said.
Newborn baby is an in Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said the condition is “serious.” baby condition due to early delivery.
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The officers responded shortly after 20:00 on block 300. of 23rd street in Old Gouche area, police said. They are there found woman and man shot several times times in parked vehicle.
Both were taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital, where the man was diagnosed. dead. The doctors delivered baby from a woman who was in She was in a “serious” condition, but she died shortly thereafter, police said.
Police said the woman was 38 years old, but did not provide any identification documents. information on that man.
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Harrison said the victims just pulled into a parking space when vehicle, with at least two suspects inside, pulled out up and opened fire in a parked vehicle.
Mayor Brandon Scott addressed city to help to find who blown away out shooting.
I could sit here tonight and I can tell you a whole bunch of things but what we really need concentrate on in fact It is something caused for that to happen, and to be perfectly honest and frank, I don’t really give a [expletive] what was the conflict,” Scott said. “We cannot allow people to shoot pregnant women. women in our city”.
“So what should we do as community our turn community inside out,” he continued. “We’re going to be here to make sure what are we looking for for this person, the persons who did this, this senseless act of violence, but we need everyone to do it.”
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Anyone with information in shooting is asked to contact the Baltimore police or call Subway criminals with anonymous advice at 1-866-756-2587.