NYC Translates Crime Reports By Cell Phone

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New York City police officer Jessica Trimoglie found herself with a weeping Hispanic woman who spoke no English. She pulled out a small black cellphone and pressed a button. Within seconds, a translator in California could be heard through the phone’s speaker, interpreting the woman’s complaint, which turned out to be about sexual harassment, reports
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