Adams Woman Cited in South Yarmouth Crash

Failed to stop at 4 way stop intersection
A vehicle rests on its side in South Yarmouth following yesterday's crash. (YPD photo)

From Yarmouth Police:

ADAMS WOMAN CITED FOR CAUSING CRASH IN SOUTH YARMOUTH

On Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at approximately 4PM, members of the Yarmouth Police and Fire Departments arrived at the scene of a two vehicle crash at the 4 way intersection of North Main Street and Regional Avenue in South Yarmouth.

The roadway was shut down and traffic diverted for a brief period of time as people were rescued and the crash was investigated by Patrol Officer Mark Noone.

The 34-year-old operator of this Nisan Pathfinder from Adams, Massachusetts was cited as she failed to stop and the 4-way stop sign intersection and struck another vehicle before overturning. Fortunately, none of the children in her vehicle were seriously injured as they were all seat belted properly.

[See clickable photo below for a larger image]

When travelling in the area, please remember that this is a 4 way stop intersection with overhead flashing red lights and always, always wear your seatbelts. It is mandatory in Massachusetts for everyone and they can definitely prevent serious injuries and save lives!


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