Nov 28, 2021
Neymar screams in agony and taken off on stretcher after horror ankle injury in PSG win over St Etienne
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The star forward appeared to have badly sprained his ankle and went down to the ground just five minutes before full-time.1Paris Saint-Germain superstar Neymar suffered a heavy ankle injury against St EtienneCredit: Reuters
The Brazil international was in absolute agony as he screamed in pain and appeared to be crying as well.
The 29-year-old was taken off on a stretcher and PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino was forced to replace him with Junior Dina Ebimbe.
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ISP License Plate Readers Already Proven Effective In Catching Suspects In Carjackings, Expressway Shootings
CHICAGO (CBS) — For years we’ve been telling you about stolen cars in Chicago and expressway shootings. Now Illinois State Police have a new tool to catch the bad guys and they say it’s already working.
More eyes are on drivers, and more specifically, their cars, as CBS 2’s Meredith Barack reported from the Dan Ryan.READ MORE: State Giving Free At Home COVID Test To People In 14 Counties; Where To Sign Up
State Police say one reason this expressway was the first one chosen is because of the high number of shootings that happen here.
“As vehicles travel on the interstate, the cameras take a high-definition quality photo of the registration affixed to the vehicle,” said Major Matthew Gainer.
That information then goes through a list of stolen and wanted vehicles.
If one of those cars is spotted, an alert is then sent to law enforcement, alerting them to where that vehicle is traveling.READ MORE: Judge OKs Agreement To Destroy Gun Used By Kyle Rittenhouse; $2 Million For His Bail At The Center Of A Legal Fight
“So the program really helps us in different ways, one it provides immediate information to our division of patrol who can respond in real-time to an incident where a stolen vehicle is traveling down the interstate. Whether that vehicle was stolen via carjacking or other means,” Gainer said.
The automatic license plate readers, or ALPR’s, have already proven effective in capturing suspects involved in expressway shootings and carjackings.
That includes three juveniles who were taken into custody on Jan. 13, after an ISP Trooper was alerted to the stolen vehicle they were in. The car had been taken in a carjacking the day before.
On Jan 14, an ISP trooper was alerted about a stolen car wanted for an expressway shooting on the 11th. That suspect was taken into custody, and two weapons were recovered from the car.
The data from the ALPR’s will also be used to track down victims and witnesses.
“It’s already been a game-changer. It’s given us an opportunity that municipal opportunities sometimes have over the state police because we don’t have people sitting on their front porch, we don’t have ring doorbell cameras, so the ALPR project is giving us those things that are gravely needed to further the investigations,” Gainer said.MORE NEWS: Chicago Weather Alert: Snow Totals From Lake Effect Snowstorm
When all is said and done there will be 300 cameras installed, and with a presence on every expressway in the Chicagoland area. That timeline is unclear.