Overnight crashes in Yarmouth, Brewster
YARMOUTH - Yarmouth Police are investigating a rollover crash early Friday morning that ejected and seriously injured one person. It happened sometime after 1 AM on Highbank Road. Police say the driver 20-year old Paul Cameron of South Yarmouth was traveling at nearly 100 MPH. He was cited for speeding, operating reckless to endanger and marked lanes violation. Meanwhile in Brewster a car crashed into a utility pole a couple of hours later knocking out power in the neighborhood. Two people were taken to Cape Cod Hospital with non life-threatening injuries. Posted on 8/25 at 8:00 AM; updated on 8/25 at 4:00 PM.
Woman struck by car in Mashpee
MASHPEE - A woman was struck by a car while trying to cross Route 28 in Mashpee Thursday afternoon. It happened around 1 PM by the Deer Crossing. 54-year old Aubyn Bergstrom-Veno of Edgartown was taken to Falmouth Hospital with non life-threatening injuries. No charges have been filed against the driver. Posted on 8/24 at 6:30 PM.
Bicyclist injured in collision with car in Dennis
DENNIS - A 21-year old Bulgarian woman was taken to Cape Cod Hospital with non life-threatening injuries after her bicycle collided with a car on Route 28 by Fisk Street in Dennis Thursday morning.
Dennis Police are investigating but believe the woman either fell into the vehicle or did not see it in the first place.
Posted on 8/24 at 6:30 PM.
Photo courtesy of Jake O'Callaghan.
Crashes stalls morning commute
SANDWICH - Commuters trying to get off Cape ran into delays when two crashes occurred. Firefighters were cleaning up one crash when a second more serious one occurred at the top of the ramp from Route 130 to Route 6 westbound. A Sandwich DPW truck and a box truck collided causing the box truck to rollover. One person was taken to a hospital for evaluation and a small amount of diesel fuel leaked from the box truck. Police are investigating the crashes. Posted on 8/24 at 6:30 PM.
Medic delivers own baby (see the channel 7 video)
HARWICH - Talk about keeping it "all in the family". Harwich paramedic Tom Gould received a call while on duty that his wife Sarah was having contractions at their home in Chatham. When he got home she could not walk to the car so Gould called a Chatham ambulance. It seems little Lily just wasn't going to wait and came into the world in the ambulance on the way to the hospital by Exit 9. Tom helped deliver the baby girl, their second child, and cut the umbilical cord himself. Mother and baby are doing just fine. Posted on 8/24 at 6:30 PM.
Read the WHDH-TV story with a video here.
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