Dennis Route 6 crash, Bourne Bridge rollover; Hyannis crash

Man injured, charged with drunken driving in Dennis Route 6 crash
DENNIS - One man was taken to Cape Cod Hospital after a single vehicle crash on Route 6 in Dennis. The crash happened shortly after 1 AM  Saturday on the westbound side at the Route 134 overpass. Traffic was temporarily blocked while the wreckage was cleared. The driver was identified as Conor Maes. State Police are investigating the crash and arrested Maes for allegedly operating under the influence of alcohol, speeding, marked lanes violation and failing to wear a seatbelt. Posted on 1/14 at 2:00 AM; updated on 1/15 at 9:30 AM. 

Rollover snarls Bourne Bridge traffic

      Two vehicles collided at the base of the Bourne Bridge stalling weekend traffic      Jake O'Callaghan
BOURNE - A rollover crash at the base of the Bourne Bridge about 4 PM caused major traffic delays in the area (check the latest traffic conditions at the Rotary). A Ford Explorer driven by 42-year old Michelle Mirotta of Buzzards Bay apparently lost control and rolled over into the oncoming lanes and was struct by a Kia Sephia sedan. Mirotta was not hurt but Kia driver 21-year old Manuel Jesus and his three passengers were taken to Cape Cod Hospital for evaluation of minor injuries. State Police are investigating the cause of the crash and charges may be pending against Mirotta. Posted on 1/13 at 4:15 PM; updated on 1/14 at 9:00 AM. 

Crash reported at Bearses Way and Pitchers Way
HYANNIS
- Two ambulances were called to the scene of a crash at the intersection of Bearses Way and Pitchers Way in Hyannis. The crash happened shortly after 4 PM and is under investigation by Barnstable Police. Further details were not immediately available. Posted on 1/13 at 4:30 PM. 

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