Woman hurt in Seattle shooting gives birth to boy

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November 30, 2006 04:03

 
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A woman who was shot in the arm when she tried to protect her unborn child during a deadly shooting rampage at a Jewish center this summer has given birth to a healthy baby boy, her spokesman said. Dayna Klein, 37, who was 17 weeks pregnant at the time of the shooting, gave birth to Charley Paz Klein on Tuesday in a Seattle hospital. His middle name, which means peace, was chosen in memory of Pamela Waechter, who died in the July 28 shooting, said Klein's spokesman Howard Bragman on Wednesday. Four other women were injured when a man stormed into the Jewish Federation offices and opened fire, declaring he was a Muslim angry at the United States' support of Israel.

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