A pregnant woman was shot to death in suburban Columbus, Ohio, on Monday, but doctors were able to deliver her baby alive, CNN affiliate WBNS-TV reports.
Tenishia Latham, 25, and her husband, Larry Latham, 28, were both shot by a man with whom Larry Latham was having a dispute, police told the station.
Three children, ages 4, 8 and 9, were in the Clinton Township home when the attack occurred but were unharmed, the Columbus Dispatch reported. One of the children called 911.
Paramedics rushed Tenishia Latham, seven months pregnant and shot in the head, to a hospital, where she was pronounced dead but the baby, a girl, was delivered. The infant is being cared for in the hospital's neonatal intensive care unit, according to WBNS.
Paramedics found the husband lying in the yard with a gunshot wound to the head. He was listed in critical condition at a hospital, WBNS reported.
Tenishia Latham's brother, Adarus Ferguson, called on the unknown gunman to turn himself in.
"I know you aren't going to do that, but you know God will deal with you. I can't judge you."