A woman who was shot in the stomach with an arrow on a New York City street is recovering at a hospital.
The 30-inch arrow struck Denise Delgado-Brown, of Yonkers, on Sunday afternoon as she was dropping off parishioners at a nursing home in the Bronx.
She is listed in stable condition after undergoing surgery at St. Barnabas Hospital.
Police say the fiberglass arrow with yellow feathers is the type used for practice or hunting. They believe it was shot at random. No arrests have been made.
Friends say Delgado-Brown works as a Yonkers Traffic Court officer.