After Bayern’s Bundesliga triumph where James Rodriguez played a key part and eventually won his first own Bundesliga title, he is planning on staying in Munich.James scored a goal and provided the assist to Arjen Robben for another in the game against Augsburg, which Bayern eventually won 4-1.“I’m happy, it’s another title,” said the midfielder when the league’s official website‘s journalists spoke to him at pitch-side following the latest win. “To be honest I’m very happy with this and I hope I can win more trophies. In the end this is what you’re working towards.”Report: Bayern are held by Leipzig George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Bayern Munich was held to another draw, this time by RB Leipzig.Bayern Munich finds themselves in the unfamiliar position of sitting third in the…James Rodriguez, despite being out on a loan at Real Madrid for a serious part of this season, has been central to Bayern’s title defence. He has been able to score 6 goals and provide ten assists for his teammates’ goals throughout the duration of this season.Bayern Munich’s CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge recently shared his opinion that the Columbian has been a “very, very good transfer.” read more
Togo manager Claude Le Roy has backed Morocco to cause an upset by defeating Portugal in the World CupThe French tactician is confident that the African teams will perform well in world football’s biggest stage and believes that Senegal and Morocco will do especially well at Russia.“I’m betting on Morocco and Senegal,” Le Roy told L’Equipe, via African Football.“Effectively, I see Morocco because Hervé Renard is training them. More seriously, they will give a lot of trouble to many people, with their block very well organised, I see them finish in front of Portugal.”Ali Daei wouldn’t be upset if Ronaldo breaks his scoring record Andrew Smyth – September 13, 2019 Iranian legend Ali Daei wouldn’t be upset to lose his record as international football’s all-time record scorer to the “great” Cristiano Ronaldo.Morocco will be making their first World Cup appearance in 20 years.However, the Atlas Lions are not expected to progress past the group stages after having been drawn alongside 2010 World Cup winners Spain and the defending European champions Portugal in Group B.Morocco will begin their World Cup campaign against Iran on Friday and will face Portugal on June 20, before wrapping up the group stages with a final game against Spain on June 25. read more
Argentina boss Jorge Sampaoli believes that Lionel Messi cannot be compared with Cristiano Ronaldo due to the lack of quality within their squadThe Barcelona superstar was adrift for much of the match as Argentina fell to a disastrous 3-0 defeat to Croatia on Thursday with his only shot in the game being a half-chance where he snatched the ball at a rebound from a Maximiliano Meza shot, which was later blocked by Danijel Subasic.It comes in stark contrast to last Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Iceland that saw Messi fail to score after having 11 shots at goal, which also included a missed penalty.While Messi has failed to score after 12 shots, his rival Ronaldo has been in stunning form for Portugal and he has already netted four goals in his first two games of the World Cup.But Sampaoli believes that it is not fair to compare the duo to due the differences in quality between both Argentina and Portugal.Fiorentina owner: “Ribery played better than Ronaldo!” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso was left gushing over Franck Ribery’s performance against Juventus, which he rates above that of even Cristiano Ronaldo’s.“Ronaldo is an excellent player, you can look at all he has achieved in his career,” said Sampaoli, according to Goal.“Right now, we shouldn’t compare these two players. With the reality of the Argentina squad, it sort of clouds Leo’s brilliance.“He’s limited because the team doesn’t gel with him ideally, as it should. As coaches, we need to deal with this.“I’ve always looked for the best position for my players on the pitch. The playmaker carries a special burden. We didn’t manage to find link-ups that would benefit Argentina and Leo.”Argentina’s final Group D game will be against Nigeria at the Saint Petersburg Stadium on June 26 at 20:00 (GMT +2). read more
Steven Nzonzi has arrived at Roma for a medical ahead of completing his €30m transfer from SevillaThe former Stoke City midfielder has been strongly linked with an exit from the Andalusian capital this summer following his performances at the World Cup for France this summer that saw the nation claim their second world title.While former Sevilla manager Unai Emery had been very keen on reuniting with Nzonzi at Arsenal this summer, no move for the 29-year-old materialised and now Roma have won the race for his signature.The Serie A giants confirmed the news on Twitter earlier today with a Periscope video of Nzonzi posing with supporters for photos at the Ciampino airport.La Liga Betting: Match-day 4 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Despite it being very early into La Liga season, both Barcelona and Real Madrid have had unprecedented starts to their campaigns. With this in…The likes of Javier Pastore, Justin Kluivert, Robin Olsen, Ivan Marcano and Ante Coric have already joined Roma as the squad look to mount a serious title challenge this season.? Steven Nzonzi https://t.co/AaeJZ8TsU3— AS Roma (@OfficialASRoma) August 14, 2018 read more
Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, July 13, 2017 – Providenciales – Detectives of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force have arrested and charged a 36 year old female, her 31 year old husband and 32 year old male cousin with numerous counts of Handling Stolen Goods in connection with a report that was made on Monday 12th June 2017.Around 8:39pm that date, Police responded to a Villa in the Long Bay Beach Drive area of Long Bay Hills after the victim reported that he returned home and noticed his villa burglarized and a number of clothing and electronics missing. Detectives commenced investigation. The lady and both males were later arrested and charged by the Police.32 year old Makenson Legiste was charged with 3 counts of Handling Stolen Goods by receiving, he plead guilty and was ordered to pay $300 for each count or 30 days Imprisonment to run concurrent for each count, in default he was sentenced to one month imprisonment. The 36 year old female was charged with one (1) one count of Handling Stolen Goods by receiving and her husband with four (4) counts of Handling Stolen Goods by disposal. Her husband was remanded and she is expected to appear before a Magistrate next month.Press Release: RTCIPF read more
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and caicos, July 27, 2017 – Providenciales – Progressive National Party Chairman, Royal Robinson has knocked the Government for what he says is their inability to enact the 12 point plan to tackle crime, which they had announced in their change document.In a statement, Mr. Robinson highlighted the major crime issues in the TCI which include the hike in illegal migrants penetrating the country’s borders.He then attacked the government for their inability to enact their 12 Point Crime Plan, saying that “to date, except from a few clichés, this 12 Point Plan has not seen the light of day.”He continued, saying that PNP is not to blame for the government not fulfilling its promise. “They cannot say that the PNP have been obstructing their ability to enact such a plan, because the Leader of the Opposition and I attended a joint press conference with the Premier, Deputy Premier and other Ministers as a show of force and a willingness to get on board if the government were to lead in a constructive manner on the issue,” he said.He ended his statement saying, “The Change Government’s 100 days have come and gone and they have not scratched the surface of what they could do, much less what their own supporters expected them to do”. ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT Related Items:#magneticmedianews Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo read more
Updated: 7:44 AM Officials detect lead in water at Fletcher Elementary School November 5, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Students are being given bottled water after lead was discovered in water at a local elementary school, according to San Diego Unified School District officials.Officials tested water at Fletcher Elementary School in Birdland and found the water from six different faucets and drinking fountains to have lead levels above the school district’s limit of five parts per billion, according to the district.Most of the fixtures had lead levels under 10 parts per billion, but one — a cafeteria kitchen faucet — showed levels of about 45 parts per billion, nine times higher than the district’s limit and three times higher than the federal limit of 15 parts per billion.All of the fixtures that exceed safe levels of lead will be secured until the problem can be addressed, a letter to parents from school Principal Gina Camacho McGrath said.Bottled water also will be provided to all students. For families concerned about the potential exposure their students might have had, the school district recommends families contact their familydoctor or local community clinic and request a lead blood screening,” the letter said.Officials scheduled a parent informational meeting for 8:30 a.m. Nov. 28 in the school’s auditorium.Anyone with questions was asked to contact the district’s safety office at (858) 627-7174 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. KUSI Newsroom Posted: November 5, 2018 Categories: Health, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter read more
Categories: California News, Local San Diego News, National & International News, Politics FacebookTwitter Carl DeMaio announces bid for Duncan D. Hunter’s congressional seat It’s official: I’m running for Congress. Join the fight to shake up Congress and take back California! #CA50 https://t.co/i2BE3ncjqR— Carl DeMaio (@carldemaio) August 5, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, Posted: August 5, 2019 Updated: 5:19 PM 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Former San Diego City Councilman and Reform California Chairman Carl DeMaio announced his intent Monday to enter the race for the only Republican-held congressional seat in San Diego County.In a statement announcing his candidacy for the 50th Congressional District seat, DeMaio framed the decision to run as one of “fight or flight.” He also lambasted the state’s Democratic dominance, arguing the state has shifted to the left in an untenable way.“Too many Californians are fleeing our state because of the extreme socialist agenda being imposed on us by Democrat politicians, but I refuse to flee: I choose to stand and fight,” DeMaio said. “In California, voters have mostly only been given two choices: socialists or ineffective cowards.”The 50th District seat is currently represented by Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Alpine, who was indicted last August, along with his wife, on five dozen criminal charges, including conspiracy, wire fraud and record falsification, for allegedly misusing campaign funds. Margaret Hunter has since pleaded guilty to conspiracy and is cooperating with prosecutors. Her husband maintains his innocence.Hunter won a sixth term last November, defeating Democratic candidate Ammar Campa-Najjar with 51.7% of the vote. The path to a seventh term appears more fraught for Hunter, whose trial is slated to begin Sept. 10 in federal court.With rumors of a possible resignation swirling, a cluster of Republican politicians have announced plans to run for the seat in the event Hunter foregoes a run or cannot legally run in 2020.El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells, Temecula Mayor Matt Rahn, former Escondido Mayor Sam Abed and former U.S. Navy SEAL Larry Wilske have all joined the race as Republicans. Former Rep. Darrell Issa, who declined a re-election run in the 49th District in 2018, could also join the race.Campa-Najjar, meanwhile, essentially never stopped campaigning after losing last year and is likely to have a war chest prepared for another attempt to flip the seat.“More than half a dozen Republicans are now eyeing a challenge against me for CA-50,” the Campa-Najjar campaign said in a statement last Friday. “This is an internal battle that party elites will have to figure out amongst themselves.”In previous challenges for major office, DeMaio lost to Rep. Scott Peters, D-San Diego, in 2014 and to Bob Filner in the 2012 race for San Diego mayor. DeMaio was also the leader of a failed attempt to repeal the state’s gas tax in 2018.The California primary is scheduled for March 3, 2020. August 5, 2019 KUSI Newsroom read more
ASA President John Heisdorffer (left) presents McKenna Nielsen (right) with the Soy Scholarship during the annual ASA Banquet at Commodity Classic in Anaheim, Calif on Feb. 28. Photo credit: Joe MurphyMcKenna Nielsen, of Audubon, Iowa, received the 2018-19 Soy Scholarship award, sponsored by BASF and the American Soybean Association (ASA).The scholarship is a $5,000 award presented to an exceptional high school senior who excels in both academics and in leadership roles, and plans to pursue a degree in an agriculture-related field at an accredited college or university.Nielsen has been involved in 4-H on the local, state and national level. She’s also served as an officer in FFA and participated in a Supervised Agriculture Experience project, farming soybeans and corn. Nielsen has taken opportunities to discuss farming with both her state and lawmakers in Washington, D.C.Nielsen is described as exhibiting “exemplary skills in leadership.” She maintains a busy schedule, balancing college credit courses with sports, theater, band, student government and several agriculture groups. Volunteering is one of her passions and over the course of her high school career she’s logged 360 volunteer hours in her local, state and national communities.Nielsen plans to pursue a double major in agricultural studies related to food resources and medical studies for nursing at Morningside College. She will be a fifth generation farmer on both sides of her family.“I will be farming in the fields where my great, great grandparents began our family legacy so many years ago,” Nielsen stated in her application essay. “With our aging farming population, as youth we need to start stepping up to the challenge of working with our parents/grandparents to learn how to grow food, care and preserve our family farms and work to increase incomes in farming.”BASF and ASA presented the ASA Soy Scholarship to Nielsen last week in Anaheim, Calif. during Commodity Classic, ASA’s annual tradeshow and convention.“ASA is proud to once again team up with BASF to invest in future ag leaders,” said John Heisdorffer, ASA President and farmer from Keota, Iowa. “We are impressed by McKenna’s accomplishments and look forward to seeing her future success.” read more
Mark your calendars! The annual ASA Soy Social & Auction is Thursday, Feb. 28. This year’s event, “Treasure Island” starts at 6 p.m. in the Valencia Ballroom at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. Watch eBean News for more information how to register for the event.
A Vancouver woman was arrested after a rollover accident Monday morning.Sheila Palmer, 40, rolled her Mitsubishi about 9:45 a.m. on the southbound 39th Street off-ramp of Interstate 5.She was arrested on suspicion of DUI, the patrol said.The offramp was be closed for a while, according to emergency radio traffic monitored at The Columbian.It is not known exactly how the wreck occurred.The patrol said Palmer was not seriously injured.No other details were available.
The Vancouver Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in efforts to find a woman who has been missing she went out Christmas shopping Sunday.Susan Selby, aka Susan Lane, was reported missing by her daughter after she told her daughter that she was going to go Christmas shopping and would return shortly, according to a police bulletin. She never returned, and her phone has been shut off.Her daughter reported that Susan suffers from multiple sclerosis and has not taken her medication and treatments.The missing woman’s vehicle, a Silver 2005 Honda Civic (WA 892TUE), was located in Gresham, Ore.Police ask that anyone with information on her location call the Vancouver Police Department or 911.
A proposed explosives storage plant in Woodland has raised the ire of nearby residents concerned about potential safety hazards who are doubtful that Cowlitz County officials asked the necessary questions to determine whether such a facility belongs in their backyard.Officials with Northwest Energetics, the Seal Rock, Ore.-based company pushing for the plant near Butte Hill Road, insisted the facility and the trucks transporting ammonium nitrate to and from the site would follow stringent state and federal safety guidelines.Meanwhile, Cowlitz officials rejected accusations that they have not been forthcoming with residents, noting a meeting to discuss road safety near the plant and environmental checklists would be held later this month. The date and location of the public meeting has not yet been set, Cowlitz County Commissioner Michael Karnofski said.Northwest Energetics, a joint venture of Orica, the world’s leading supplier of explosives, purchased land last year on Butte Hill, four miles east of Woodland, from Woodland-based logger Craig Chilton and two other landowners Longview Timber and a woman with the last name Andrews, whose first name was not immediately known. It intends to consolidating two existing plants, one in Oregon and the other in Washington. The land has since been changed from non-zoned forestland to commercially zoned, a fact Butte Hill’s 180 or so residents are not thrilled about.“We’re sort of frightened by this whole thing,” Butte Hill resident Eyck Bernardy, 70, said. “Here you have a giant corporation making itself at home in our neighborhood.” Test Caption read more
Here’s the most interesting fish report of the week: A single, large mature male smelt was caught during juvenile sturgeon studies in the Kalama area of the Columbia River.A year ago, there was a big smelt run in the lower Columbia and Cowlitz. However, all sport and commercial smelt fisheries remain closed.Salmon fishing has slowed in the Columbia at the mouth of the Klickitat River, but was good for coho in the stream itself.The Lewis and Cowlitz still continue to produce some coho.The Kalama and Cowlitz were high and muddy on Wednesday, although dropping. The Cowlitz at Castle Rock on Wednesday was 18,700 cubic feet per second compared to a normal of 9,600 for the date. The Washougal peaked at almost 5,000 cubic feet per second on Tuesday night and had dropped to 2,000 by late afternoon on Wednesday.Kalama Falls Hatchery had a return of 13 wild winter steelhead and one hatchery fish through last week.Angler checks from the Washington (WDFW) and Oregon (ODFW) departments of Fish and Wildlife:Mid-Columbia — Bonneville pool, 22 boaters with three adult coho kept. (WDFW)John Day River arm, 23 boats with two steelhead kept and 10 released. (ODFW)Cowlitz — Seventeen boaters with eight adult coho kept plus three adult and four jack coho released; 90 bank rods with 11 adult coho, three jack coho and six cutthroat trout kept plus seven cutthroat, one adult coho and two jack coho released. (WDFW)Kalama — Forty-eight bank rods with two steelhead kept plus one adult coho and one adult chinook released; eight boat rods with three adult coho kept. (WDFW) read more
More than 3,150 Clark Public Utilities customers lost electricity today as the National Weather Service issued a wind advisory for Clark County.The wind advisory remained in effect until 4 a.m. Monday, warning of increasing south winds with gusts of 35 to 45 mph. The weather service told residents in Clark County to prepare for power outages and minor property damage.According to information on the Clark Public Utilities’ online power outage map, electricity was lost in at least five areas of Clark County this evening. Nearly 400 customers lost power near Woodland, about 230 went dark near La Center, two lost power in the Battle Ground area after a tree fell on power lines, 132 lost electricity in Hazel Dell, and more than 1,500 customers lost power in Vancouver near state Highway 500 and N.E. St. Johns Road.Another 850 homes lost power near 39th and Main streets in Vancouver. read more
HRABOVE, Ukraine — International monitors moved gingerly Saturday through fields reeking of the decomposing corpses that fell from a Malaysian airliner shot down over rebel-held eastern Ukraine, trying to secure the sprawling site in hopes that a credible investigation can be conducted.But before the inspectors reached the scene, doubts arose about whether evidence was being compromised.The Ukrainian government and separatist rebels accuse each other of firing a surface-to-air missile at the Boeing 777 with almost 300 people aboard. Many see the hand of Russia, either for its suspected support of the insurgents or perhaps for firing the missile itself.The latest U.S. intelligence assessment suggests that more than one missile system was provided to the separatists by the Russians in the last week or so, a U.S. official said Saturday.While there is not 100 percent certainty, the official told The Associated Press, “more and more there is the general belief that the systems were provided by the Russians.”The official said it’s not entirely clear if the separatists just received the missile systems or if they had them for a short time and only in recent days were trained or able to operate them. The official was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity. read more
More than three-quarters (79%) of millennial respondents believe that receiving benefits would make them more loyal to the organisation they work for, according to research by BrightHR.The It pays to play study, which surveyed 2,023 people, also found that 45% of 16-25 year old respondents receive workplace reward and benefits outside of pay, compared to 22% of respondents aged between 55 and 60.The research also found:75% of respondents aged between 16 and 25 would work harder if they were offered more benefits, compared to 50% of respondents aged between 55 and 60.80% of 16-25 year old respondents rate workplace perks as very or moderately important.29% of 45-55 year old respondents are more interested in financial bonuses than benefits such as a company car or staff parties.Paul Tooth, co-founder and chief executive officer at BrightHR, said: “The findings show that bosses in the UK have their work cut out making sure they have a team of fulfilled individuals, when the different generations have such contrasting motivations.“Millennials expect to work longer hours, and they want more from work as a result. For the baby boomer or generation X this could be a very daunting environment to be starting a new role, surrounded by younger peers who accept longer hours.“The different generations offer a diverse range of skills which, when nurtured and well managed, can be very complimentary and form a strong team. When it comes to rewarding a multi-generational team, a bespoke approach is best. Businesses should offer employees a choice of rewards. Allowing teams to choose personalised rewards shows that their management are listening to their needs.” read more
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has launched a consultation on workplace protections, aiming to tackle the issues identified in its Good work plan report, published in December 2018, including the introduction of a single labour market enforcement body.The consultation, which launched on Tuesday 16 July 2019 and will run for 12 weeks, will discuss the next steps for workplace protections in order to advance the targets laid out in the Good work plan, the government’s response to the independent Good work: The Taylor review of modern working practices report, conducted in July 2017 by Matthew Taylor, chief executive officer at the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.The consultation proposes creating a single labour market enforcement body to sanction the payment of the minimum wage, holiday pay, labour exploitation and modern slavery, as well as safeguard agency staff. Forming part of the government’s Industrial Strategy, it will further consider whether this body should have powers to address workplace discrimination, harassment and bullying.The introduction of an enforcement body would aim to better support organisations in complying with the law as well as create a single brand that is easily identifiable for individuals looking for help.Business secretary Greg Clark (pictured) has confirmed that Matthew Taylor has been appointed as the interim director of labour market enforcement.Clark said: “We have a labour market that we can be proud of with more people in work than ever before. But, it’s right that hardworking people see their rights upgraded and are protected from exploitative practices, [while] ensuring we create a level playing field for the vast majority of businesses [that] comply with employment laws.“A new single labour market enforcement body will bring together our different enforcement partners, putting all our expertise in one dedicated place, better protecting workers and enforcing their rights now and into the future.”On Friday 19 July 2019, the BEIS and Low Pay Commission (LPC) announced a further consultation in support of the Good work plan, focusing on protecting flexible workers. This separate consultation will consider new measures in support of flexible working patterns, such as compensation when shifts are cancelled at short notice, an entitlement to a reasonable period of notice for allocated shifts and additional protections for individuals who are penalised if they do not accept shifts at the last minute.These measures are in response to findings from The Taylor review, which stated that although zero-hour contracts provide the flexibility that many individuals seek, one-sided flexibility is an issue that needs to be addressed.Bryan Sanderson, chair at the LPC, added: “Last year, we looked at the data on one-sided flexibility and talked to workers and businesses across the UK. Our report, published in December, found that shift cancellations and short notice of work schedules were significant problems, especially for low-paid [staff].“The proposed changes, part of a package of policies we suggested, have the potential to improve work and life for hundreds of thousands of people.”Clark said: “It’s vital that workers’ rights keep pace with these changes, reflect the modern working environment and tackle the small number of firms that do not treat their staff fairly. We are the first country in the world to address modern working practices and these protections will cement the UK’s status as a world-leader in workers’ rights.”Ben Willmott, head of public policy at the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development (CIPD), said: “If we want to create fairer, more inclusive workplaces we must address one-sided flexibility that benefits businesses but puts individuals at a disadvantage. Zero-hours contracts can offer people flexibility they need, but it’s been far too easy for some employers to cancel shifts with very little or no short notice. Workers not only lose out on pay but also suffer unnecessary travel costs and disruption. It’s absolutely right to make companies pay reasonable compensation if this happens and we welcome this, and other measures proposed to protect workers on variable hours.“A right to reasonable notice of work schedules is also a proposal that will be welcomed by atypical workers and good employers as long as there is flexibility over what is ‘reasonable’ given the nature of the work.“These measures will need to be delivered alongside better support for businesses, and small [employers] in particular. Smaller businesses can struggle to have the knowledge, resources and capacity to effectively manage their people, which can lead them to unintentionally fall foul of employment legislation. The provision of better support and resources for smaller employers, to help them improve their people management practices, should be part of a modern and progressive enforcement system.” read more
NORTHEAST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Cellphone footage captured an SUV that caught fire in Northeast Miami-Dade, Saturday.The blaze sparked in the area of Northeast 125th Street and Ninth Avenue. The footage shows flames shooting from the engine.A Miami-Dade Fire Rescue crew put out the fire.No injuries were reported.Remember, if you see news happening and can do so safely, take a picture or shoot video and send it to: email@example.com.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.