Falmouth crash; Osterville death not suspicious

Falmouth crash seriously injures driver
FALMOUTH
 - One person was seriously injured in a crash in Falmouth Tuesday evening. Rescue crews had to extricate the victim 34-year old Catherine Ann Samiotes of Falmouth from the wreckage of the crash on Route 28 near Brick Kiln Road around 6:30 PM. She was then Medflighted to a Brigham & Woman's Hospital in Boston for treatment. Falmouth Police are investigating the crash.

Police seek occupants of car found wrecked and burning
HYANNIS
- Barnstable Police are looking for two subjects seen running from their burning car after it crashed on Route 28 at Lincoln Road around 8:30 PM. The white Pontiac was destroyed after it snapped a utility pole. Route 28 was closed all night while crews replaced the pole.

Orleans firefighters quell brush fires
ORLEANS
- A brush fire scorched about a 1/2 acre at Rock Harbor Beach. Beach grass caught fire about 9:30 PM Tuesday and was quickly knocked down. Another smaller fire was reported on South Orleans Road. The cause of the fires is under investigation. 

Osterville death does not appear suspicious
OSTERVILLE
- Authorities do not suspect foul play after a homeless man's body was found in a shed by 716 Main Street Tuesday afternoon. Authorities identified the victim as 58-year old Terrence J. Maloy and said he appeared to have been dead for some time. His remains were removed to a funeral home pending an autopsy by the state medical examiner's office. The state police CPAC unit is investigating. Further details were not immediately available. Photo courtesy of Frank Paparo. 

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