Crash in Willow St construction zone; Driver Medflighted after Falmouth crash; Wellfleet crash; Police seek info on hunter shot in Vineyard; Cement truck operator escapes flipover; Harwich assault

Crash snarls exit 7 traffic
YARMOUTH
- A multi vehicle crash caused major delays along Willow Street late this morning.

The crash happened at the exit 7 ramp around 11 AM Tuesday morning causing significant traffic delays on the main artery into Hyannis from the outer Cape.

Three people suffered minor injuries.

State Police are investigating. Further details were not immediately available.

Posted on 12/12 at 4:30 PM.

Photo courtesy Walter Brooks.

Driver Medflighted after Falmouth crash
FALMOUTH
- One person was Medflighted to a Boston Hospital with reported head injuries following a crash in Falmouth. A pickup driven by 51-year old Gary Wemett of Falmouth reportedly struck a utility pole off Sandwich Road around 10 AM Tuesday morning. The crash is under investigation by Falmouth Police. Further details were not immediately available. Posted on 12/12 at 4:30 PM.

Three injured in Wellfleet crash
WELLFLEET
- Three people were taken to Cape Cod Hospital after a crash in Wellfleet late Monday night. A Ford Explorer struck a utility pole and a couple of vehicles including a tow truck around 11 PM. None of the injuries appear life threatening. Wellfleet Police are investigating and charges may be pending against the driver. Posted on 12/12 at 4:30 PM.

Vineyard police seek person who shot hunter
Map of shooting areaEDGARTOWN - Police are seeking the publics help finding who shot a hunter in the woods on December 2nd. 66-year old Allan Albee of Tisbury reportedly told police he was deer hunting off Edgartown-West Tisbury Road when he heard a shot and realized he'd been hit by pellets. He says he was wearing orange at the time and did call out but only heard what sounded like someone running away. Albee was able to drive himself to Martha's Vineyard Hospital. Edgartown and Mass Environmental Police are investigating the incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Oak Bluffs state police barracks at (508) 693-0545. The shooting occurred in an area of the State Forest off the Edgartown-West Tisbury Road, in a section west of a paved parking area by the fire lane next to the entrance to the Bold Meadow subdivision. Read the Martha's Vineyard Times story here. Posted on 12/12 at 4:30 PM.

Cement truck driver escapes injury in flip over
VINEYARD HAVEN
- A cement truck driver is very lucky after his rig flipped over on Monday. The truck was turning from Edgartown Road onto State Road when it flipped hitting a fence and stone wall. The driver and owner Jeremy Goodale had to be freed from the steering wheel but was treated and released at the hospital. Police are investigating the crash which closed State Road for several hours. Posted on 12/12 at 4:30 PM.

Man arrested for assault in Harwich
HARWICH
- Harwich Police say they arrested a local man for what they describe as a vicious assault. 19-year old Matthew Tottenham was arrested on Thursday. Police allege on December 6th Tottenham got into an argument with an acquaintance whom he refused to stay at his home. Tottenham is alleged to have beat the man with a piece of 2x4 wood causing head injuries and then kicked him after the victim fell to the ground. Tottenham is then alleged to have fled the scene. The victim was treated at Cape Cod Hospital. Tottenham was also arrested on two outstanding warrants. Posted on 12/12 at 4:30 PM.

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