Eastham water rescue; Dennis crash

Man dies snorkeling at Coast Guard Beach in Eastham
EASTHAM - Eastham rescuers raced to Coast Guard Beach shortly before 5 PM for reports of two people in the water. Seas were quite choppy from the persistent onshore flow of the last couple of days. Its believed the second person was a surfer who paddled out to what Cape Wide News has learned was a person snorkeling who ran into distress. The bystander was not injured but the original victim was reportedly not breathing when the bystander got him to shore. Paramedics performed CPR as the victim was rushed by ambulance to Cape Cod Hospital but the victim a 27 year old Vincent Narcisco of Waterbury, CT. was pronounced dead at the hospital. Eastham Police and Cape Cod National Seashore Park Rangers are investigating the incident. Posted on 10/08 at 1:00 AM; updated on 10/11 at 3:30 PM. CWN file photo at Nauset Light Beach looking toward Coast Guard Beach.

Trucks collide, pedestrians struck in Dennis

DENNIS - Quite a scene in Dennis late Saturday morning when two pickup trucks collide. Two pedestrians, a man and his son, were reportedly struck in the process and a load of building materials spilled from one of the trucks. The crash happened about 11:30 AM at the intersection of Route 28 and Sea Street. Despite the scene in the photos above we are told the pedestrians were not seriously injured though the child was later transferred to Childrens Hospital in Boston. Dennis Police are investigating the cause of the crash. Meanwhile firefighters responded to another crash Saturday evening at the gas station at Route 6A and Route 134 where a gasoline spill was reported. No one was injured and the spill was quickly contained. Posted on 10/07 at 4:00 PM; updated on 10/08 at 11:00 AM. Photos courtesy of Jake O'Callaghan.

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