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Pregnant woman shot in car in N. Fairmount

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NORTH FAIRMOUNT, OH (FOX19) -

Authorities are investigating the shooting of a pregnant woman on Friday afternoon.

Police say the woman is expecting and was shot in a car. The vehicle was found at the intersection of Yoast Avenue and Harkness Street in North Fairmount, but the location of where the actual shooting happened is still unclear.

Upon arrival, police found several bullet holes in the car.

According to Cincinnati District 3, a third party at the scene gave the victim a ride to a nearby hospital.

No word yet on the woman's condition.

Few details have been released at this point. We'll continue to update this story as more information becomes available.

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