Three injured in Bourne head-on crash Saturday; Dennis police to host 10th annual National Night Out on August 2

Cause of crash still under investigation

BOURNE - Police and firefighters treat one of three patients at the scene of a two-vehicle head-on crash on Route 28A near Long Hill Road in Bourne, Massachusetts Saturday morning around 11 a.m.

A pickup truck and a car were involved, and the two people in the pickup were transported to Falmouth Hospital along with the female driver of the car according to the Bourne Fire Department.

It is unknown at this time the extent of the victims’ injuries or the cause of the accident. Police are investigating the crash.

Photo by David G. Curran.

Dennis police to host 10th annual National Night Out on August 2

DENNIS -  On Tuesday, August 2, 2011, the Dennis Police Department will host the 10th annual National Night Out at the Dennis Police Station from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Each year citizens in communities across the country are invited to join their local police forces at this annual crime and drug prevention event.

Dennis families are invited to join in the afternoons festivities which include free food and drink, face painting, a K9 demonstration and other informative public safety displays. This fun event is also informative and will feature information for families including child identification, bike safety, drug awareness, neighborhood watch and fire prevention.

Local business who support and promote public safety will also be at the National Night Out event.

The event will be held rain or shine at the Dennis Police Department, 90 Bob Crowell Road in South Dennis.

Source: Dennis Police Department.

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