Authorities have not released any new details about the pregnant Terrace Heights woman shot Friday by her husband.
Yakima County sheriff’s deputies could not be reached Sunday to give an update on her condition. On Saturday, the sheriff’s office said she remained in critical condition, though the name of the hospital she was taken to was not released.
The 27-year-old woman, described as being eight weeks pregnant, was shot early Friday in her home when her husband mistook her for an intruder, the sheriff’s office said. Initial reports said she was shot twice, but the sheriff’s office said Saturday that medical examination determined she had been shot once.
The husband reportedly had called the sheriff’s office shortly before 6 a.m. to report an intruder in his home, then told the dispatcher he had accidentally shot his wife. Authorities said multiple rounds were fired in the couple’s bedroom.
The names of the woman and her husband have not been released.
“The investigation continues; however, there is still no information that indicates criminal activity was occurring during the time of the shooting,” Chief Civil Deputy Robert Udell said Friday in a news release.
The shooting occurred in the 4200 block of Nola Loop, not far from Terrace Heights Elementary School, the sheriff’s report said.