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A man was hospitalized Friday after being injured in a Miami-Dade shooting on Interstate 95, authorities said.

The shooting occurred on I-95 near NW 151st Street, the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) said.

Two cars were charged with the bullets, but according to the police, only a 19-year-old boy who was aboard a blue SUV was shot from a white sedan that fled the scene and is now wanted by the authorities.

The man was wounded by the gunshot and was taken to a medical assistance center on Biscayne Boulevard and NW 125th Street, before being transferred to Aventura Hospital. At the moment its status is unknown.

The police ask the community that if anyone was close at the time of the event and saw something, please contact them to get more clues to help with this investigation

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Hi Tech : The Mexican Raúl Jiménez, hospitalized after a brutal blow to the head

Wolverhampton’s Mexican striker Raúl Jiménez was transferred to a hospital after suffering a brutal blow to the head in an action with Arsenal defender David Luiz, this Sunday in the 10th day of the Premier League.

In the 6th minute of the game, David Luiz tried to finish off the ball at the near post on a corner kick in favor of Arsenal, but what he found was the head of the Mexican forward.

Both players were lying on the grass and their teammates immediately demanded the assistance of the medical services.

David Luiz was able to rejoin and continue the game with a bulky bandage on his head, before being substituted at half-time, but Jiménez was taken off the field on a stretcher after being treated by doctors for more than 10 minutes.

After the match, the ‘Wolves’ coach Nuno Espirito Santo confirmed that Jiménez is conscious and responding to treatment, as the Sky Sports channel had advanced.

“He’s in good hands. We hope and pray he’s okay because that’s the only thing we’re thinking about right now,” Captain Connor Coady said.

“Important victory, but the most important thing is the health of our teammate. Be strong @ Raul_Jimenez9”, tweeted Spanish international Adama Traoré.

This action will once again bring to light the frequent debate on the protection of footballers in cases of severe concussion to the head and provide arguments for those who defend that players are immediately substituted in cases like these.

One of them is former Chelsea and Celtic Glasgow striker Chris Sutton, who has become one of the champions of the research on neurodegenerative damage suffered by many former footballers.

“Terrifying head clash between Jiménez and Luiz. It is time for football to get smarter and immediately authorize temporary substitutions due to shock,” Sutton tweeted.

“Clearly, Jiménez was not well, but has David Luiz been adequately checked?” He asked himself.

“The first thing the doctor found was that he had not lost consciousness at any time,” replied Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta. “The only thing that worried David was the cut, nothing more.”

However, the Spanish coach admitted that he replaced David Luiz at half-time “because he couldn’t hit the ball with his head and a center-back who can’t head in, can’t play.”

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