Ptown fire; wind causes few problems

Firefighters quickly put out Ptown house fire
PROVINCETOWN
- Firefighters were able to work quickly to keep a fire from causing major damage. Crews were called to 16 Prince Street shortly before 7 PM to find smoke pouring out from underneath a sink in the kitchen. The flames were quickly doused. The occupant was temporarily placed in an ambulance to shelter him from the frigid temperatures while firefighters ventilated smoke and checked to make sure the fire hadn't spread into the wall. Officials believe a heater being used to keep pipes from freezing may have started the fire. Posted on 1/20 at 9:00 PM.

Car fire ices up intersection, slows traffic
YARMOUTH - A car fire combined with the frigid temperatures made for an icy scene in Yarmouth.

The fire happened about 6 PM at the intersection of Union Street and White's Path. The driver was not injured.

You can see the ice on the ground in this photo provided by Yarmouth FD.

Posted on 1/20 at 10:00 PM. 

Wind causes few problems 
CAPE COD
- Northwest winds gusting up to 48 MPH in Provincetown caused few problems across the Cape. Late Saturday morning some power problems were reported in Harwich and Dennis possibly from a problem at a power substation. Frigid windchills will persist overnight until the winds start to subside.

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