Hyannis, Barnstable, Truro crashes

Four injured in Hyannis crash

Two cars collided on Route 132 at the Festival Plaza entrance in Hyannis.
HYANNIS - Four people were injured in a crash in Hyannis shortly before noon. The crash happened on Route 132 at the entrance to the Festival Plaza. It appears the black car was coming out of the shopping plaza when it collided with the white vehicle which was on Route 132. None of the injuries appear life threatening. The crash is under investigation by Barnstable Police. Photos by Frank Paparo.

Route 6A traffic stalled in Barnstable
- Traffic along Route 6A in Barnstable came to a halt Saturday afternoon. A boat on a trailer apparently separated from the vehicle towing it near Old Jail Lane. The boat and trailer snapped a utility pole forcing Rotue 6A to be closed until NStar could replaced the pole. No injuries were reported. Barnstable Police are investigating.

Man arrested after Truro crash
Officer injured during arrest
- A man was arrested for operating under under the influence of alcohol and other charges after a scary scene early Saturday. According to reports the man allegedly struck another vehicle on Route 6 near the Wellfleet line forcing it off the road. The man then reportedly struck a guardrail before leaving the scene. Police caught up to the vehicle a short time later and arrested the driver. Fortunately no one in the other vehicle was injured. 28-year old Byron E. Pierce of Trumbull, CT was arrested for OUI, A&B on a police officer (2 cts), resisting arrest, leaving the scene of a property damage, operating reckless to endanger, marked lanes violation, speeding and possession of class D substance. Officer Domingo Gonzalez suffered a shoulder injury while arresting Pierce. Ofc. Gonzalez was treated at CCH and is expected to be okay. 

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