UPDATE: Woman who shot self at Guns N Gear has died
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The 27-year-old woman who was rushed to the hospital Wednesday for a self-inflicted gun shot wound has died.
Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center spokeswoman Coleen Niemann said Jenna Egbert succumbed to her injury on Friday. She had been listed as in critical condition all day Thursday.
Egbert received the ultimately fatal injury at about 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Guns N Gear indoor shooting range. Investigators have ruled the shooting injury was intentional.
No other information about this case will be released.
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IDAHO FALLS — The Idaho Falls Police Department has confirmed the shooting injury of a woman at Guns N Gear Wednesday was self-inflicted.
The woman, whom EastIdahoNews.com has chosen not to identify, sustained the gunshot wound around 1 p.m. inside the store. She was rushed by ambulance to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center.
As of Thursday afternoon, her condition was listed as critical, according to EIRMC officials.
No other information is expected to be released in this case.