Two-alarm fire in Hyannis; Harwich crash; Town manager faces M/V homicide charge in Cape crash

Two-alarm fire at Hyannis bakery

    
Firefighters on the scene of a two-alarm fire at the Pain D'Avignon Bakery in Hyannis.
HYANNIS - A two-alarm fire heavily damaged the Pain D'Avignon Bakery building at 192 Airport Road in Hyannis early Wednesday morning. The fire broke out about 4:10 a.m. and first units responding said heavy smoke was pouring from the building.

Mutual aid from several towns responded to the scene. Vehicles parked outside initially caused concern about people being inside but authorities were able to confirm with the owners that no one was there when the fire started.

Authorities saw it appears there had been a fire in the oven earlier in the morning which employees had removed material into a dumpster and they thought the fire had been extinguished. However investigators believe the fire caught insulation afire and spread into a ceiling. The dumpster was also smouldering when firefighters arrived. Hyannis firefighters were called back to the scene around noon Wednesday after the fire apparently flared up again, At right firefighters on the roof as smoke pours out vents, woman believed to be an owner looks on (inset). Bottom right firefighters returned around noon after a rekindle. (Photos by Frank Paparo).

Driver flees Harwich crash

    
An SUV took out a light pole on Depot Road West in Harwich.  Jake O'Callaghan.
HARWICH - This spectacular crash in front of 75 Depot Road West Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. took down an NStar pole and left the Toyota 4Runner on it's side. The operator a male between 20 and 30 years old fled into nearby woods. Harwich police called for a K-9 from the Yarmouth P.D. in helping to find the person who left the crash scene. Downed wires caused some local power failures. Harwich Police tracked down the owner 20-year old Craig Jamieson of Brewster who told them he fell asleep at the wheel. He is now charged with leaving the scene of an accident, operating negligently to endanger, marked lanes violation and speeding. (Photo by Jake O'Callaghan).

Hopkington town manager charged with motor vehicle homicide for Cape crash
BOURNE
- Hopkinton, MA Town Manager Anthony Troiano will face motor vehicle homicide charges in connection with a crash in Bourne last May 15th. A magistrate found probable cause to bring the charges. On that date Troiano who lives in East Sandwich was driving on Sandwich Road near the Gallo Arena when he allegedly tried to pass a car and collided head-on with a vehicle driven by 69-year-old Lilija Berents of East Falmouth who died at the scene. (Photo from Hopkinton town website).

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