Charges filed in Wellfleet fatal crash; Stop sign ignored in West Dennis Crash; Another Bungee cord accident

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Stop Sign Ignored – Trotting Park and Lower County Rd, West Dennis

wd2combo_541At approximately 4:10 PM on Monday afternoon, July 9, a Toyota sedan traveling south on Trotting Park Road in West Dennis apparently ran the stop sign at Lower County Rd and collided with a Chevy pickup traveling east on Lower County.

The driver of the Chevy presented with back pain and was taken to CCH by Dennis Rescue.

Photos;

1. Toyota that ran the stop sign

2. Damaged Chevy pickup

3. EMTs load Chevy driver on ambulance

All photos by Kevin Morley.

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Man charged in fatal crash
WELLFLEET
- Police have charged an Eastham man in connection with the fatal head-on crash in Wellfleet  last Thursday.  48-year old Carlos Vicente faces charges of motor vehicle homicide, operating to endanger and marked lane violations in connection with the crash that killed 43-year old Mims Sparks of Truro.  Sparks was laid to rest this morning in Provincetown.

Man suffers eye injury from Bungee cord
TRURO
- For the second time in nine days a man suffered a serious eye injury when a Bungee cord suddenly snapped.  Rescuers were called to the North Truro Camping Area on Highland Road about 2 PM where the man was reportedly trying to pitch a tent.  They requested a Medflight helicopter but it could not respond due to weather, so the victim 46-year old Dana Conover of Norwich, CT was rushed to Cape Cod Hospital.  A man also suffered a serious eye injury in an eerily similar accident in Provincetown on July 1st.

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