Wellfleet crash cuts power; Four injured in roll over at Base entrance; Motorcyclist injured, Route 28 closed in Yarmouth; fishing boat beached by high winds

Wellfleet car vs pole cuts power
WELLFLEET - A car struck a utility pole in Wellfleet shortly after 1:30 AM causing a small power outage. The crash happened at the intersection of Old County Road and Cottontail Road. NStar crews responded to make repairs on the pole which remained standing. The driver reportedly fled and was still being sought by police at press time. Further details were not immediately available. Posted on 11/25 at 4:00 AM. 

Four injured in roll over at entrance to Otis Base
BOURNE - Four people were injured when a car they were in roll over on the Rotary at the Bourne entrance to the Otis ANG Base. The crash happened about 11:50 Friday night. None of the injuries appear life-threatening. State Police are investigating. Posted on 11/25 at 2:00 AM.  

Crash injures motorcyclist, closes Route 28
- A motorcycle operator was injured in a crash in Yarmouth sometime around 3 this afternoon. The bike and this Chevy sedan collided at Route 28 and Long Pond Road.

The cyclist was taken to Cape Cod Hospital with serious but non life-threatening injuries.

Police closed Route 28 while they investigated the crash and cleared the wreckage. Posted on 11/24 at 4:00 PM. Photo courtesy of R. Copley. 

High winds beach fishing vessel
- High winds with the overnight storm were enough to tear a Chatham fishing vessel from its mooring and beach it in Aunt Lydia's Cove. There did not appear to be any serious damage to the 44 foot Dawn T although a small amount of diesel fuel spilled. Salvagers hope to be able to refloat the boat at the next high tide. Posted on 11/24 at 4:00 PM.

Links: CapeCodFD     Cape Cod FD's Live Scanner    Cape Cod Live WEBCAMS  
Looking for an old story? Use our archive service  Cape court reports (CCT)
Ptown fireworks forum      Cape Cod Today forecast     Tide Info     Live radar

CapeCodToday.com welcomes thoughtful comments and the varied opinions of our readers. We are in no way obligated to post or allow comments that our moderators deem inappropriate. We reserve the right to delete comments we perceive as profane, vulgar, threatening, offensive, racially-biased, homophobic, slanderous, hateful or just plain rude. Commenters may not attack or insult other commenters, readers or writers. Commenters who persist in posting inappropriate comments will be banned from commenting on CapeCodToday.com.