Bi-plane mishap in Martha's Vineyard, Provincetown assault

Sightseeing plane nosedives on landing
M/V plane crashMARTHAS VINEYARD
- Anxious moments at the Katama Air Park in Edgartown when a sightseeing biplane nosedives after landing. The pilot landed and was apparently turning to go to the hangar when a gust of wind may have blown him over. No on was hurt. The F.A.A. is investigating the incident.
Posted on 7/09 at 11:00 PM; photo courtesy of J. Crave.

Man found apparently badly beaten in Provincetown
PROVINCETOWN - Provincetown Police are investigating an apparent vicious assault early Sunday morning. The victim was discovered in the Pilgrim Monument parking lot just after 2 am. He was reportedly semi-conscious and suffering from facial trauma. He was transported by ambulance to Cape Cod Hospital. Provincetown Police say the man apparently knew his attacker. Their investigation is ongoing.
Posted on 7/09 at 3:15 AM; updated on 7/10 at 12:00 PM.

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