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AGAWAM, MA (WSHM) -

An Agawam police officer who accidentally shot a pregnant mom of two in the face has been relieved of her duties.

Police Chief Robert Campbell confirmed with CBS 3 that officer Danielle Petrangelo has been let go.

This is all stemming from a call last May when a young mother was shot in the face.

Brittany Miles, 21, has since recovered from her injuries.

This all happened when police were responding to possible reports of domestic violence at Miles' home.

Petrangelo accidentally shot miles in the jaw at the Elizabeth Manor apartments.

Hampden County District Attorney Mark Mastroianni says he found no criminal conduct in Pentrangelo's actions.

In September, Agawam police told CBS 3 they were doing an administrative investigation. It's unclear if they released her of her duties following that investigation.

Miles had a shattered jaw and had to have surgery. CBS 3 reached out to her attorney for comment, but so far no calls have been returned.

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