Wakeboarding accident; Man Medflighted with eye injury; Mashpee crashes; Bourne crashes slow commute to Cape

Person injured in wakeboarding accident
SANDWICH - One person was injured in a wakeboarding accident in Sandwich. It happened about 12:30 PM at Peters Pond Park off Cotuit Road.

The victim reportedly suffered a back injury and was taken to Falmouth Hospital. Wakeboarding is similiar to water skiing but a single board is used as seen to right.

CWN file photo.

Man Medflighted with eye injury after freak accident
PROVINCETOWN
- A man was Medflighted to a Boston Hospital after injuring his eye in a freak accident. Sources tell CWN the man was apparently adjusting a Bungee Cord on his bicycle at a local supermarket when the cord snapped and hit him in the eye. He is seen here being prepared at Provincetown Municipal Airport to be flown to Boston. Note the bandage over his eyes. Further details were not immediately available.

Photo by Tim Caldwell.

Two teens injured in rollover; Mashpee cruiser in crash
MASHPEE - Two teens were injured in a rollover crash in Mashpee around 12:30 AM Sunday. The crash happened at Great Neck Road South and Tracy Lane. Mashpee Police are investigating...

Meanwhile about 20 minutes before that crash a Mashpee Police cruiser was involved in a crash in the 500 block of Falmouth Road (Route 28). Its not believed there were any serious injuries. Further details were not immediately available.

Crashes slow commute to Cape
BOURNE
- Two crashes in Bourne Saturday made for a slow commute for people trying to getaway to the Cape. About 9:50 AM two vehicles collided on Route 3 just before the Sagamore Bridge. Three people suffered non life threatening injuries. Then shortly after 2 PM two vehicles collided on the Bourne Bridge. No injuries were reported but traffic had to be stopped to allow emergency vehicles to reach the scene. Police are investigating both crashes.

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