Sandwich, Eastham crashes; Pair rescued after Harwich boat capsizing

Crash slows Route 6 traffic
SANDWICH - State Police are investigating a two vehicle crash on Route 6 westbound between exits 3 and 4 around 6:15 PM Friday. One of the vehicles reportedly rolled over. Three people suffered non life-threatening injuries in the crash which stalled traffic for a time until it could be cleared. Posted on 9/08 at 11:45 PM.

MV vs pole closes road
EASTHAM - A vehicle vs pole caused some major headaches in Eastham Friday afternoon. The crash at 105 Aspinet Road snapped the pole bring wires down and closing the popular secondary road to traffic. Power outages were reported in the area until NStar could stabilize the situation. The driver was not seriously injured. The crash is under investigation by Eastham Police. Posted on 9/08 at 11:45 PM.

Pair rescued after boat capsizes off Harwich
HARWICH - Two people were rescued by Harwich fireboat after their vessel overturned.

Firefighters launched their boat from Allen Harbor after the capsizing off Zylpha Road around 2 PM Friday.

The pair seen here waving down rescuers were brought back to shore uninjured.

Posted on 9/08 at 4:00 PM. Photo courtesy of Jake O'Callaghan. Click here for more photos

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