Brewster Hazmat; Harwich construction accident

Driver seriously injured in Cotuit rollover
COTUIT
- One person was seriously injured in an early morning rollover crash in Cotuit. The crash happened on Route 28 at the intersection of Route 130 about 3:30 AM. The victim 39-year old David Barrett of Marstons Mills was taken to Cape Cod Hospital. Barnstable Police are investigating the crash will summons Barrett for operating under the influence of alcohol and operating to endanger. Posted on 8/18 at 4:00 AM.

Two injured in Brewster hazmat
BREWSTER
- Two people were treated for apparent exposure to Chlorine after an incident in Brewster. The trouble reportedly began when pool chemicals got mixed at 324 Main Street in Brewster.

A tier 1 hazmat was called to bring specially trained technicians to the scene to mitigate the chemical reaction. The two victims who were transported to Cape Cod Hospital in this ambulance are expected to be okay. Posted on 8/17 at 9:00 PM; photo courtesy of Jake O'Callghan.

Man Medflighted after Harwich construction accident
HARWICH - One man was seriously injured when he became pinned under a bobcat at a construction site in Harwich this morning.

Crews rushed to the scene at Daigle Tree Service on Queen Anne Road about 8 AM.

They brought the victim a a man in his 40's who suffered crushing injuries to Harwich High School to meet a helicopter for transport to Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston.

Harwich Police and OSHA are investigating.
We'll bring you further details as they become available.

Posted on 8/17 at 8:30 AM; updated on 8/17 at 9:00 PM; photos courtesy of Jake O'Callaghan.

 

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