Harwich crash; Bourne rollover; Falmouth bike accident; Truro truck vs building; Tainted sandwiches

Developing overnight: Barnstable Police investigating Hyannis stabbing
- Barnstable Police are investigating an overnight argument that reportedly left one person with a stab wound. Officials responded to 398 West Main Street around midnight. One person was taken to Cape Cod Hospital. We'll bring you further details as we get them.

New overnight: Car vs pole in Dennis
- Commuters may find some delays along Route 6A in Dennis after an overnight car vs pole. The crash happened near the intersection of Seaside Avenue and Route 6A just after midnight. The driver was not seriously injured. Utility crews were expected to work into the morning to replace the pole.

Car vs pedicab in Provincetown
PROVINCETOWN - A driver is under arrest after a potentially frightening scene in Provincetown. An Audi station wagon and a P-Town Pedicab were apparently both turning from Bradford Street into Atlantic Avenue around 8:30 p.m. It is still unclear if the wagon actually made contact with the large tricycle that carries passengers in a rear seat. The cab driver turned hard to try to avoid the collision and eyewitnesses say it turned on its side and a passenger was ejected. Fortunately the cab driver and the three passengers escaped serious injury and were treated and released at the scene. The driver of the wagon 50-year old Patrick Eleey of Provincetown was arrested after a computer check showed his license was suspended.

Story and photo by Tim Caldwell.

Two-vehicle rear-ended in Harwich

    Rescuers prepare a woman for transport after a rear-end collision in Harwich.
HARWICH - A rear-end collision on Route 28 in front of the Doane, Beal, and Ames Funeral Home Thursday at 3 p.m. sent four people to Cape Cod Hospital with unknown injuries.

Three children and one female passenger were transported by Harwich Fire Department paramedics.

At right: Captain Donald Parker carries  a little girl to a waiting ambulance.

Lower right: Harwich Police Officer Aram Goshgarian speaks to the driver of the Toyota Camry from Connecticut that slammed into a Chrysler Jeep from Ontario, Canada carrying five passengers.


Story and photos by Jake O'Callaghan.

Woman injured in rollover
- A woman was taken to Jordan Hospital in Plymouth with unknown injuries after her vehicle rolled over in Bourne. The crash happened on Bournedale Road around 4:40 p.m leaving the vehicle on its roof. Bourne Police are investigating.

Car vs bike reported in Falmouth
- Falmouth Police are investigating a reported car vs bike crash late Thursday morning. A young man was taken from the scene on Worcester Avenue to Falmouth Hospital. His injuries do not appear life threatening. Falmouth Police are investigating the incident. Further details were not immediately available.

Garbage truck strikes Truro winery

    A garbage truck struck the barn at the Truro Winery Thursday morning.
TRURO - A garbage truck crashed into a barn at the Truro Winery around 8:45 a.m. Thursday.

The driver was raising the bed of the truck when it apparently slipped into gear and lurched forward.

No one was injured but a large hole was left in the barn.

No product was spilled. Truro Police are investigating.


Photos courtesy of Truro Police.

Officials warn of potentially tainted sandwiches
- Health officials are warning some ready-to-eat sandwiches may be contaminated. The sandwiches were sold between July 31st, and August 2nd and officials say they may be contaminated with Lysteria. The Roche Brothers Market in Mashpee is one of the outlets that may have sold the Progressive Gourmet brand Buffalo Chicken Roller, Chicken Caesar Roller and Honey Turkey with Baby Spinach Roller sandwiches. Many people may not even feel sick but those with week immune systems, who are pregnant, elderly or newborn are most at risk.

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