Logan delays, Doria diver dies, whale freed

Crash causes Route 6 delays
- A multi-vehicle crash caused traffic delays late this morning. The crash happened near Exit 2 around 11:30 PM. The extent of injuries was not immediately clear.
posted on 7/11 at 1:oo PM.

Delays for Logan bound travelers
BOSTON - Travelers trying to get to Logan Airport can expect continuing delays after an overnight fatal incident in the I90 tunnel portion of the Big Dig. 38-year old Milena Devalle of Jamaica Plain, a passenger in a passing vehicle, was killed when a 40 foot section of a concrete ceiling tile fell on the vehicle crushing it. The driver of the car 46-year old Angel Devalle managed to crawl out of the car and was not seriously hurt. The incident happened around 11:15 Monday night in the I90 tunnel that connects to the Ted Williams tunnel to Logan. Several investigations are under way. Meanwhile Plymouth & Brockton buses have been reporting delays of 45 minutes to an hour getting to the airport so allow plenty of extra time and consider using public transportation such as boats and subways.

Man accused of pulling knife on Kendrick's bouncer
HYANNIS - A Barnstable man was arraigned yesterday on charges he allegedly pulled a knife on a bouncer at the troubled Kendricks nightclub. The Cape Cod Times reports the incident happened Sunday night when the bouncer requested an ID from the suspect 26-year old Ramon Perez. The bouncer reportedly wrestled Perez to the ground until police arrived. Perez pleaded not guilty in court. The nightclub is appealing a proposed license suspension for an earlier incident where shots were fired into the ceiling.

Diver killed at Andrea Doria site
NANTUCKET - A well known explorer died after diving on the wreck of the Andrea Doria. 49-year old David Bright may have developed a case of the "bends" after surfacing from the dive. He was pronounced dead at Cape Cod Hospital. Bright had made over 100 dives to various shipwrecks. He was doing research for the upcoming 50 anniversary of the Andrea Doria disaster. The liner sank after colliding with the Swedish ship Stockholm in a dense fog about 50 miles southeast of Nantucket.  

Whale freed by entanglement team
PROVINCETOWN - A team from the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies successfully freed a 45-foot humpback whale. Whalewatch vessels reported the whale known as Sockeye had become entangled in fishing net and mono filament line near the entrance to Massachusetts Bay.
Above stories posted on 7/11 at 11:00 PM.

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