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Chief Michael Cerone
Officials say the Irvington Police officer critically injured in last week's high speed car chase continues to improve. Irvington Police Chief Michael Cerone says Officer Luigi Osso remains in critical but stable condition at Westchester Medical Center. Chief Cerone says Osso is less sedated and has surgery planned for today. He says "While Osso is not out of the woods just yet, it definitely is moving in a positive direction."
More than 100 people attended a special prayer service for the injured officer at Immaculate Conception Church on Broadway last week.
Osso sustained severe head trauma and other injuries around 9 p.m. April 21 after his police cruiser was struck by a stolen 2001 Ford Mustang.
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