Wellfleet, West Barnstable, Harwich crashes

Crash snarls Route 6 traffic
- A crash around 3 PM in Wellfleet caused major traffic delays. The crash happened on Route 6 by the $2 Tee Shirt Shop. Heavy day-tripper traffic may have contributed to the crash. The traffic "phenomena" occurs on overcast days when people who normally are at the beach crowd the highways to head to shopping centers and movie theaters. Reports from the crash scene say one person suffered serious but non life-threatening injuries. The crash is under investigation by Wellfleet Police.

Driver loses control hits tree, utility pole
- West Barnstable firefighters didn't have to go far to get to a car crash this morning. Around 8 AM a BMW went out of control and struck a tree then a utility pole on Route 149 right near the fire station. The woman driving the car was taken to Cape Cod Hospital with unknown injuries. Barnstable Police are investigating if speed and wet roads may have contributed to the crash.

Man extricated after Harwich crash
HARWICH - A Yarmouth man will be cited by Harwich Police for failing to stay in marked lanes after a crash on Route 39 about 3:30 PM Wednesday. 18-year old Felipe Desouza had to be extricated from his vehicle after it struck two vehicles, one of them head-on. He was taken to the Hospital but is expected to recover

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