Osterville,Mashpee crashes; Ptown officer hurt; Hyannis fire

Serious injury in Osterville crash
- Two people were injured, one seriously injured in a crash in the 1200 block of Main Street in Osterville about 9 PM. Rescuers had to extricate the victims after their vehicle struck a pole and rolled over. The most seriously injured person 39-year old Lenore Lynch of of Osterville was taken to the Centerville fire station where she was airlifted to a Boston hospital. Lynch was a passenger in a van that reportedly struck two poles and a wall. The driver 39-year old Carolee Creswell of Hyannis was treated and released at CCH. Barnstable Police cited Creswell for operating to endanger and failing to stay in marked lanes.

Driver seriously injured in Mashpee crash
- Mashpee Police are investigating a crash that left the driver with serious but non-life threatening injuries. The crash happened about 6:30 PM on Falmouth-Sandwich Road when a vehicle apparently struck a tree and rolled over.

Police officer injured in Provincetown
- A Provincetown Police officer was shaken up after a scuffle Saturday. The officer was attempting to assist an emotionally disturbed person on Commercial Street when the scuffle occurred. The officer Jodi Rapose treated and released at Cape Cod Hospital for a knee injury. 

Oven fire causes smoke scare in Hyannis
- Firefighters rushed to an elderly housing complex at 67 Sea Street late Saturday morning after smoke was reported coming from the building.

Officials discovered food was on fire in an unnattended oven and quickly doused it and ventilated the smoke. No injuries were reported. Photo courtesy of Frank Paparo.

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