Pedestrian struck at West Barnstable Burger King; Ptown head-on crash

Pedestrian struck in Burger King parking lot
WEST BARNSTABLE - One person was injured after being struck by a truck in the parking lot of the Burger King on Route 132 in West Barnstable about 9:10 PM. Reports from the scene say the truck may have been backing up at the time. 61-year old Serge Fisette who himself is a truck driver from Canada suffered a leg injury bue is expected to recover. Barnstable and State Police are investigating the collision. Posted on 9/13 at 10:00 PM; updated on 9/14 at 5:30 PM.

Head-on crash injures one in Provincetown

PROVINCETOWN - Officials credit airbags with preventing serious injury in this nasty head-on crash this afternoon in Provincetown. The collision between a Kia Sportage SUV and a Ford F150 pickup occurred on a relatively straight section of Race Point Road between the Beech Forest picnic area and the Provincelands Visitor Center about 3:30 PM. One driver was taken to Cape Cod Hospital for evaluation and a dog was taken to a veterinarian but is expected to recover. The road which is the main route to Provincetown Municipal Airport was closed for about two hours while officials from Provincetown and Truro Police along with Cape Cod National Seashore park rangers reconstructed the crash. Posted on 9/13 at 6:00 PM. Photos by Tim Caldwell.

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