Today is Tuesday June 21 and these are the main news of the day:
1.- They identify the victims of the collision between two boats that left 2 dead and 10 injured. It is about Oswaldo and Pablo Castro, father and son, who were in a boat that was hit by another in Key Biscayne. The incident is being investigated by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission with support from other local authorities.
2.- The police are still without clues of those responsible for a shooting on US-1, which occurred in the early hours of Sunday. Five of the six occupants of a gold Nissan, ages 16 to 21, sustained injuries but all are in stable condition.. The vehicle from which the shots were fired fled north on US-1.
3.- A woman, identified as Jeanette Muñoz, is wanted by the police as alleged responsible for the theft of a car with a baby inside, outside a laundry in Sweetwater, on June 9. Shortly after, the suspect dropped off the baby girl at a local restaurant. If you know of Jeanette Muñoz, you can call the Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at (305) 471-8477.
4.- As of July 1, anyone who lights a cigarette on a public beach or park in Florida may be breaking the law. Governor Ron DeSantis signed the legislation, which passed Congress in March. However, each local government may totally or partially restrict the application of this law.
5.- The administration of President Joe Biden could soon suspend federal fuel tax, aiming to help consumers save 18.4 cents per gallon. That is, if gasoline is $5 per gallon, you would pay $4.82.