Snow causes numerous crashes

Crash knocks out power in Buzzards Bay
BOURNE - A hit and run driver left portions of Buzzards Bay in the dark for a time Friday evening. A vehicle struck and snapped a utility pole on the Scenic Highway around 8 PM. NStar crews were able to restore power about 2 hours later.  

Snow causes numerous crashes
Two seriously injured in Centerville crash
CENTERVILLE
- More snow than originally forecast made roadways slick and caused numerous crashes. According to reports the worst one was at Route 28 and Renoir Drive around 2:45 PM where two people were reported to be seriously injured when a Jeep collided head-on with a Dodge Neon. A "mass causality incident" declaration brought several ambulances to the scene to transport victims. Police say 17-year old Emma Leahy of Chatham, the driver of the Jeep was taken to CCH and later to Boston Medical Center. Two people in the Neon 44-year old Julia Henderson of Falmouth and her son were also taken to CCH. One of the vehicles spun out and sturck a town sander. Another vehicle crashed into the woods off Route 6 in Barnstable. In Bourne three ambulances were requested to a crash on The Scenic Highway section of Route 6 for a crash there mid afternoon. Numerous other fender benders like this one on Cotuit Road in Sandwich were reported across the Cape. Posted on 3/16 at 3:45 PM; updated on 3/17 at 8:30 AM. Photo courtesy of Ryan Somerfield.

CWN Weather update: A temperature drop tonight will likely cause a black ice problem on the roads.

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