Pregnant woman shot, baby delivered

A pregnant Upstate woman was shot over the weekend, forcing an emergency where doctors had to deliver her baby, deputies said Wednesday.Carrie Skeen, with the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office, said the shooting happened Saturday near Belton on James Cox Road.Skeen said two women, one of them was 9 months pregnant, were in a car when a man walked up to the vehicle and shot inside.The pregnant woman suffered a gunshot to the back of the head, Skeen said.She said the woman was rushed to the hospital, where the baby was delivered.They both remain hospitalized, but their conditions were not released by doctors.Investigators have developed a suspect, but have not made an arrest, Skeen said.They believe the shooter was aiming for the driver and not the pregnant woman.

A pregnant Upstate woman was shot over the weekend, forcing an emergency where doctors had to deliver her baby, deputies said Wednesday.

Carrie Skeen, with the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office, said the shooting happened Saturday near Belton on James Cox Road.

Skeen said two women, one of them was 9 months pregnant, were in a car when a man walked up to the vehicle and shot inside.

The pregnant woman suffered a gunshot to the back of the head, Skeen said.

She said the woman was rushed to the hospital, where the baby was delivered.

They both remain hospitalized, but their conditions were not released by doctors.

Investigators have developed a suspect, but have not made an arrest, Skeen said.

They believe the shooter was aiming for the driver and not the pregnant woman.