Another emergency landing, more dolphins strand

Cape Air makes another emergency landing
Cape Air PlaneHYANNIS - For the second day in a row a Cape Air plane made an emergency landing at Barnstable Municipal Airport. This incident started when the pilot reported possible problems with the landing gear. The plane a Cessna 402 like this one landed safely and no one was hurt. Yesterday another Cape Air plane declared an emergency and landed at the airport after a hatch popped off in mid flight. See related story below; CWN file photo.

More dolphins strand
EASTHAM - Five more Atlantic White Sided dolphins stranded at First Encounter Beach in Eastham today. The Cape Cod Stranding Network took the dolphins to Herring Cove Beach in Provincetown and released them. Two others were rescued yesterday. See related story and video below.

Crash injures three in Eastham
EASTHAM - Three of seven people involved in a crash in Eastham were taken to Cape Cod Hospital with non life-threatening injuries. The crash happened just before 10 AM on Route 6 in front of Willy's Gym. Several ambulances were called to the scene and traffic was delayed. The crash is under investigation by Eastham Police.

above stories posted on 7/18 at 5:30 PM.

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