A baby girl who was shot while still in her mother's womb in Miami last month was released from hospital Tuesday to continue her recovery at home.
Skyler Davis, who turned one month old on Wednesday, was struck in the arm in early December when a stray bullet pierced the stomach of her 28-year-old mother, Tiffany Davis, who was eight months pregnant at the time.
The baby girl was expected to be born on January 12, but doctors were forced to perform emergency surgery and deliver Skyler more than a month ahead of schedule, WSVN-TV reported.
The incident took place on December 9 when Davis was shot twice in the head and stomach while walking out of a convenience store where her boyfriend, Milton, works.
The bullet that struck the expecting mother in the abdomen traveled into the uterus and shattered the baby's tiny left arm. The other bullet became lodged in her brain, but doctors say that Davis did not suffer any brain damage and is making remarkable progress.
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