Sandwich, Falmouth crashes; Storm causes power outages; Coast Guard kept busy; Mashpee crash cuts power; still no verdict

Sandwich crash injures four
SANDWICH - Four people were taken to area hospitals with minor injuries after a single vehicle crash on Route 6. The crash happened about 11:30 PM Wednesday night on Route 6 east between exits 1 & 2. State Police are investgating if wet roads played a factor. Two people were injured in another crash in the same area about 1:15 AM Thursday. Posted on 11/09 at 1:30 AM.

Two injured in Falmouth crash
FALMOUTH - Two people were injured when their vehicle struck a tree in front of 174 Clinton Avneue in Falmouth shortly before 10:30 PM. Rescuers reportedly had to extricate one of the victims. They were both taken to Falmouth Hospital. Falmouth Police are investigating. Posted on 11/08 at 11:30 PM.

Storm causes scattered power outages
CAPE COD - Heavy rain was enough to factor into scatted power outages on the Cape Wednesday evening. Tree limbs tangled in primary wires in Centerville and Falmouth darkening parts of those towns. NStar crews were able to quickly restore service. Posted on 11/08 at 11:30 PM. 

Coast Guard kept busy off Nantucket
NANTUCKET
- Coast Guard officials were kept busy of Nantucket yesterday. About 12:15 PM the 50-foot Susan Marie (pictured) radioed they were taking on water about 35 miles southeast of Nantucket. A cutter and helicopter were sent to the scene. The helo dropped two pumps to the ailing vessel allowing it to make its homeport of New Bedford safely. Later yesterday evening another vessel from Maine caught fire about 15 miles southeast of Nantucket. The cause of the fire on the Fitz Sea out of Leubec, ME is unknown. Another nearby vessel the Stella G out of Cape Elizabeth, ME rescued the Fitz Sea' from a raft. No one was injured in either incident both of which are under investigation by the Coast Guard. Posted on 11/08 at 4:30 PM. USCG photo.

Mashpee crash cuts power
MASHPEE
- A traffic crash caused power outages in Mashpee this afternoon. A truck struck a pole at 100 Great Neck Road. The driver was not injured and NStar crews worked to quickly restore power. Further details were not immediately available. Posted on 11/08 at 4:30 PM.

No verdict yet after a second day of deliberations in the Worthington murder trial. Midday the judge clarified instruction to the jury. CWN remains on verdict watch.

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