Car vs Pickup in Dennisport
These vehicles collided at the intersection of Upper County and Telegraph Roads in Dennisport.
DENNISPORT - Around 1:40 p.m. Saturday a Hyundai Elantra headed west in Dennisport on Upper County Road "tee-boned" a Chevy S10 pickup at the intersection of Telegraph Road. Reports at the scene indicate that the elderly male driver and sole occupant of the truck either ignored the stop sign at Upper County or, after stopping, entered the intersection without seeing the approaching sedan. The force of the collision spun the truck more than 90 degrees from its original direction of travel.
Both the pickup truck driver and the female driver and lone occupant of the sedan were transported to Cape Cod Hospital by Dennis ambulances with unknown injuries. Shortly after the crash, two youths appeared on scene and belligerently demanded to know where the driver of the pickup was. Apparently one or both of the teenagers were related to the driver of the sedan. They were warned by Dennis police to leave the scene or face possible arrest for disorderly conduct. Story and photos by Kevin Morley.
Elderly woman escapes injury in Harwich crash
An elderly woman escaped injury after her sedan jumped a curb at the Star Market in Harwich.
HARWICHPORT - The 87-year old female driver of a Mazda sedan lost control of her vehicle causing it to jump the curb in the Star Market parking lot on Sisson Road Saturday at 12:30 p.m.
At right: Firefighter John Ayer comforts the woman who later refused medical attention. No other injuries were reported.
Story and photos by Jake O'Callaghan.
One injured in airport rotary crash
One person was injured when this Mercury sedan rear-ended a Jeep at the airport rotary.
HYANNIS - One person was taken to Cape Cod Hospital with unknown injuries after a rear-end crash at the airport rotary in Hyannis.
About 11 a.m. a Mercury Sable crashed into a Jeep Cherokee. The driver of the Mercury was taken by ambulance to CCH.
Barnstable Police are investigating the crash which tied up traffic in the heavily traveled rotary.
Photos by Frank Paparo.