Mashpee crashes

Woman uninjured after Dennis rollover
DENNIS - A close call for one woman driving in Dennis early this morning.

Reports from the scene say the driver failed to negotiate a turn on Theophilus Smith Road and crashed into some woods narrowly missing a fire hydrant and utility pole in the process.

A Cape Wide News reader caught the scene on their cell phone camera.

Police reportedly do not believe alcohol was a factor. Posted on 8/26 at 5:00 AM. 

Traffic snarled by Route 28 crashes in Mashpee
MASHPEE - Two crashes at one intersection on Route 28 in Mashpee Friday afternoon keep traffic snarled much of Friday afternoon. A bicyclist collided with a car at Quinaquisset Avenue. The bicyclist was not seriously injured. A short time later a landscaping truck rolled over spilling mulch in the roadway. It also leaked some diesel fuel. The driver was not seriously injured. Traffic was rerouted until the mess was cleaned up. Another multi car crash late this afternoon at the intersection of Great Neck Road and Quashnet Road also caused traffic backups but no serious injuries. Posted on 8/25 at 4:00 PM; updated on 8/26 at 12:00 AM; photo courtesy of Andrew Eliason. 

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