Wellfleet Police statement on this morning's Route 6 crash

Both operators transported with non-life-threatening injuries
Wellfleet Police crash scene photo

On Tuesday April 18, 2017 at approximately 11:08 am Wellfleet PD was dispatched to motor vehicle crash on Route 6 near PJ’s Restaurant. Wellfleet PD and FD arrived on location and determined it to be a 2 vehicle accident. Vehicle #1 was located partially in the PJ’s parking lot and the eastbound lane of Route 6, laying on the passenger side. Vehicle #2 was on the partially in the eastbound travel of Route 6.

Vehicle 1, 2013 Ford Escape, operator, 30 years of age, Brighton, MA transported to Cape Cod Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Vehicle 2, 2010 Nissan Maxima, operator, 45 years of age, Truro, MA, taken by ambulance to Cape Cod Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Passenger was also transported Cape Cod Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The sequence of events for the vehicles is still being investigated and no further information is available at this time. The cause of the accident, medical, negligence, criminal or other is still being investigated.

Route 6 was coned off, allowing traffic to flow in both directions.

Wellfleet Police and Fire were assisted at the scene by:

​Truro Fire

This accident is under investigation by the Wellfleet Police Department.


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