Bronx Archer Still At Large

It seems New Yorkers have yet another thing to worry about -- random arrow attacks. Yesterday a rogue archer fired a powerful 30.5 inch hunting arrow into Denise Delgado-Brown's stomach as she stood outside a Bronx nursing home. Delgado-Brown was rushed to St. Barnabas Hospital where doctors were able to save her. "I thought, 'I've been hit by maybe a softball,' and I looked down and I saw an arrow protruding out of my stomach," Delgado-Brown told The New York Daily News. "I was going to pull it out at first, but it was stuck really deep...I was shocked. I kept looking down, going, 'This can't be happening.'" The dastardly bowman has yet to be found, but Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says the attack may have been an accident.