Blood drive held for cop in critical condition

A blood drive continued last night for the Irvington police officer left in critical condition following a high-speed crash last month.

Dozens of people showed their support by donating blood to Officer Luigi Osso. Osso was involved in a high-speed car chase when police say he was hit by a 16-year-old Connecticut driver in a stolen vehicle.

Both Osso and the teen had to be pried from their vehicles after the crash. Osso has undergone five surgeries since the accident and remains in critical condition.

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