Today is Wednesday September 21 and these are the main news of the day:
1.- A 14-year-old teenager from Miramar, missing for more than a year, she is safe with her family. Victoria González was found Tuesday by police in Miami-Dade County. At the moment it is unknown if there are arrests in this case or with whom her minor was.
2.- One person died and another is injured at Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Center after the car they were traveling in overturned in the West Little River area. Preliminary reports indicate that they were hit by another vehicle, driven recklessly and at high speed by a person, who is in custody.
3.- The trial against the Mexican actor Pablo Lyle began on Tuesday with the selection of the jury. The 35-year-old artist is charged with involuntary manslaughter after hitting a man during a fight on a Miami street in 2019. Lyle is on probation but, if found guilty, could face up to 15 years in prison.
4.- Governor Ron DeSantis suspended Miami-Dade Commissioner Joe Martinez, who faces corruption charges. The governor’s office said it was in the best interest of Miami-Dade residents to suspend him and that a new commissioner for the 11th district would be appointed in the coming weeks.
5.- More flights from Miami and Fort Lauderdale to Havana are scheduled for mid-December, according to an announcement by the Department of Transportation. There will be 13 new departures a week from Miami by American Airlines and one weekly by Jet Blue from Fort Lauderdale. In November, American would resume flights to Santiago, Holguín, Santa Clara, Camagüey and Varadero.