Two escape serious injury in Bourne rollover; Harwich Police investigate double stabbing Friday night; Car seat checkpoint in Eastham Saturday

Two escape serious injury in Bourne rollover

   Bourne Fire Deputy Chief Marty Green examines a vehicle involved in a rollover on Shore Road in Bourne Saturday.

BOURNE - Two people escaped serious injury after the vehicle they were traveling in rolled over on Shore Road near Bennets Neck Road in Bourne Saturday afternoon, May 8, 2010,  around 3:30 p.m. 

The vehicle rolled over after it struck a tree along Shore Road. 

Both occupants of the vehicle were out of the car when rescue personnel arrived at the scene. 

Photo by David G. Curran.

Harwich Police investigate Friday night double stabbing

HARWICH - Harwich Police are investigating a double stabbing that occurred Friday evening, May 7, 2010.  The Harwich Police and Fire Departments responded to the Stop & Shop parking lot at Route 139 and 27 in East Harwich after it was reported that two people were stabbed.

One of the victims suffered serious injury and was transported to Cape Cod Hospital for treatment. It is reported that the injuries of the second victim were not as severe.

The Harwich Police are working with the Chatham Police and Massachusetts State Detectives to locate suspects. The incident remains under investigation at this time.

We will update this story as more information becomes available.

Courtesy of the Harwich Police Department.

Car seat checkpoint in Eastham Saturday

EASTHAM - A car seat check point will be held at the Eastham Fire Department on Route 6 in Eastham Saturday, May 8, 2010 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The checkpoint is jointly sponsored by the Eastham Fire Department, Cape Cod EDDY and A Baby Center with help from the Cape Cod Children's Place.

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires that ALL children ride in car seats. It is imperative that the car seat meet safety standards and be securely installed in the vehicle.

At the checkpoint, a trained technician will check the size and restraints of the car seat and inform you of any product recalls, defects or expirations.  They will also see that the seat is properly installed in the vehicle.

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