North Dennis Camaro Versus Tree Driver Medflighted

Patient required extrication and advanced life support...
Dennis firefighters work to extricate the driver after his Camaro crashed into a tree on Route 6A in North Dennis. (DFD photo)

From the Dennis Fire Department (verbatim):

At 7:14 PM the Dennis fire and police responded to a reported motor vehicle crash at 59 Main Street Rte. 6 A in front of the entrance to the Cranberry Knoll Condominiums. 

When fire crews arrived they found a Camaro head on into a tree. The 34 year old male driver was pinned in the car. Firefighters had to use numerous tools including the Jaws of Life to extricate the victim.

Paramedics starting treating the victim in the car with advanced life support while other firefighters cut the car apart. The

victim was flown to Tufts & Floating Hospital in Boston by a Medflight helicopter with life threating injuries.

Dennis police are investigating the incident.


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