Stabbing; Pedestrians struck in Wellfleet; Dennis gas leak; Yarmouth crashes

Vehicle smashes into house, flees scene
HYANNIS - A vehicle crashed into a house on Bearses Way at Fresh Holes Road around 2 AM causing extensive damage to the building. The vehicle then fled the scene.

No injuries were reported but some residents were reportedly evacuated until a building inspector could check the integrity of the structure. Further details were not immediately available. Posted on 8/22 at 4:00 AM; photo courtesy of Frank Paparo/NEVN.

Police investigating Marstons Mills crash
MARSTONS MILLS - Barnstable Police are investigating a crash late Monday night in Marstons Mills. Reports are a motorcycle was involved in the crash at the intersection of Osterville/West Barnstable Road and Captain Studley Road. A Cape Wide News reader who passed by the scene reported the motorcycle was in the woods and appeared heavily damaged. The operator apparently escaped serious injuries according to officials. Posted on 8/22 at 1:00 AM; updated on 8/23 at 6:30 AM.

Suspect caught in Hyannis stabbing
HYANNIS - Police were able to quickly catch up to a stabbing suspect Monday afternoon. The stabbing occurred near the intersection of Route 28 and Yarmouth Road. No information was available on the condition of the victim. Barnstable and State Police reportedly followed the vehicle up Route 6 until it got off at Exit 5. A felony stop was conducted on Route 149 just south of the roundabout where one person was reportedly taken into custody. No further details were immediately available.

Two pedestrians struck by car in Wellfleet
WELLFLEET - Two pedestrians were struck by a car on Route 6 in South Wellfleet shortly before 3 PM. It happened as the two were apparently trying to cross the highway from the $2 T-Shirt Shop to Seabury Surf Gift Shop. One of the victims 21-year old Bethany Ferguson reportedly suffered a head injury and was taken to a field at the Nauset Regional High School in Eastham to meet a Medflight helicopter which flew her to Boston Medical Center. The other victim 16-year old Linda Sutton was taken to Cape Cod Hospital. The driver of the older model Ford Crown Victoria 80-year Lora Bumps was shaken up but not injured. Wellfleet Police are investigating the crash but it does not appear the driver was at fault. A cracked grill and broken parking light were the only signs on the vehicle of the accident which backed up traffic in both directions for a couple of miles. Posted on 8/21 at 5:00 PM; updated on 8/21 at 11:30 PM; photo by Tim Caldwell.

Neighborhood evacuated after gas main break
DENNIS - A neighborhood on Uncle Bob's Way in Dennis was evacuated for a time after a backhoe struck a gas main around 10 AM. Firefighters stood by the scene until Keyspan could arrive and make repairs. No one was injured. Postede on 8/21 at 2:00 PM.

Convenience store struck by car
YARMOUTH
- A vehicle struck the Old Main Street gas station/Dunkin' Donuts in Yarmouth about 7:45 AM. Police believe the woman driving had her sandal wedge between the pedals. No one was injured but the building suffered extensive damage. Posted on 8/21 at 1:00 PM.

Man charged with 2nd OUI after crash
YARMOUTH
- A Yarmouth man was charged with his second OUI after crashing his car on Long Pond Drive Sunday afternoon. 41-year old Alan Beers was taken to Cape Cod Hospital for treatment of non life-threatening injuries. He was also charged with marked lanes and operating to endanger. Several beer cans were reportedly strewn around the crash scene. Posted on 8/21 at 1:00 PM.

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