A woman was shot in the stomach at Rainier Avenue South and South Rose Street in South Seattle while waiting at a bus stop.
A pregnant woman who was shot in the stomach early Friday in South Seattle was in serious condition early evening.
Her fetus died, Seattle police said Friday evening.
Seattle police received numerous 911 calls of gunshots fired about 1:45 a.m. Officers found the victim at Rainier Avenue South and South Othello Street, police said.
Medics took the 19-year-old woman to Harborview Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. A nursing supervisor later reported she was in serious condition.
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The woman was about five months pregnant, family members told KING 5 News. She was with her boyfriend at a bus stop when the shooting occurred.
Officers recovered spent shell casings at Rainier Avenue South and South Rose Street. Homicide and gang detectives were at the scene.
Anyone with information is asked to call 206-233-5000.