Sagamore Crash, 5th OUI arrest

Sagamore Bridge crash stalls commute
BOURNE
- An Andover woman was cited after a two car rear end collision at the top of the Sagamore Bridge Monday afternoon around 5:30. Rebecca Buisan was cited for failing to use care in stopping. The crash came at the height of the afternoon commute causing major delays for a time. No one was seriously injured.

Crash leaves pickup dangling in woods
MARSTONS MILLS - A pickup truck crashed into the woods in Marstons Mills about 2:15 AM. The crash on River Road near Lovells Road left the truck in a precarious position. The driver had apparently gotten out before rescuers arrived but the passenger had to be extricated after firefighters used jacks to stabilize the truck and keep it from rolling down an embankment. The passenger was taken to Cape Cod Hospital with non life-threatening injuries. Posted on 8/07 at 3:00 AM.

Man charged with OUI fifth offense
BREWSTER - An Eastham man was charged with his fifth operating under the influence Saturday night in Brewster. Brewster Police alleged 40-year old Timothy Towle crossed over the double solid line and was weaving before they pulled him over on Route 6A. He was due to be arraigned on Monday in Orleans District Court. Posted on 8/07 at 10:00 AM.

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