Car crashes into home narrowly missing children

Car crashes into Hyannisport home narrowly missing children

    Police examine the scene of a car vs house in Hyannis                                    Frank Paparo/NEVN.
HYANNISPORT - You could call it a Christmas miracle. The driver of this Mercury Grand Marquis apparently lost control sending the vehicle crashing into a home at 12 Smith Street in Hyannisport around 10 AM Christmas morning. Our reporter tells us just moments earlier children were on this bed and had just moved off of it before the crash. Luckily no one was injured but as you can see the house did suffer extensive damage. Barnstable Police cited the driver 26-year old Myria Matsushita of Hyannis for operating to endanger, operating without a license, stop sign violation and marked lanes violation. Posted on 12/25 at 10:00 AM. Photos courtesy of Frank Paparo/NEVN.

Firefighters quell dumpster fire in Hyannis
HYANNIS
- Firefighters were able to keep a dumpster fire from spreading to a popular Italian restaurant in Hyannis Christmas afternoon.

The dumpster was located on the North Street side of Alberto's Restaurant.

Fire investigators are trying to determine the cause of the fire as the restaurant was closed for the holiday.

No injuries were reported. Posted on 12/25 at 9:00 PM. Photo courtesy of R. Copley.

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