Dennis car vs. pole; Falmouth robbery; Falmouth motorcyclist vs. car

Car vs. pole in West Dennis

    
Two people were injured when this Camaro struck a pole in West Dennis.  Kevin Morley
WEST DENNIS - The call came into the Dennis Fire Department at 7:26 p.m. on Sunday night for an MVA on Lighthouse Road near West Dennis Beach. Firefighters and police at the scene found a Chevy Camaro and a splintered utility pole. Reports on the scene indicate that the driver might have been distracted by reaching into the back seat of his car. That reported loss of attention resulted in an impact that heavily damaged the front-end passenger side of the car and sent both the driver and the passenger to Cape Cod Hospital. NStar was on the scene shortly after the accident and police had the road blocked off so repairs could be carried out.

Falmouth police seeking armed robber
FALMOUTH
- Falmouth Police are seeking the person who robbed the Falmouth Food Mart on East Falmouth Highway Saturday night. The suspect was wearing a hoodie and mask and reportedly brandished a knife. Further details were not immediately available.

Motorcyclist seriously injured in Falmouth
FALMOUTH
- A motorcycle operator was seriously injured Saturday evening in Falmouth. The crash happened about 6:30 p.m. on Sandwich Road at John Parker Road. 47-year-old James Graham of Mashpee was flown to the Massachusetts General Hospital. The car driver, 60-year-old Diane Duarte of Sandwich, was taken to Falmouth Hospital. Falmouth Police continue to investigate the crash and no charges have been filed.
 

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