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Below are the latest news articles mentioning accident or crash from all the local Cape Cod news sources. Most of these stories should be related to recent car accidents, car crashes or other accidents making the news on Cape Cod.

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Fire Marshal issues report on Osterville Fire »

Monday April 24, 2017 - 7:14:07 pm | via Police and Fire News »

Deck: Accidental cause of unknown originTowns: OstervilleTopic: Police and Fire NewsHub Category: Police and FireAuthor: CapeCodToday StaffTeaser: Accidental cause of unknown origin…Main Image: Main Image Credit: State Fire Marshal Peter J. OstroskeyThumbnail…

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Osterville blaze determined to be accidental »

Monday April 24, 2017 - 6:39:54 pm | via Cape Cod Times Headlines »

OSTERVILLE — A fire that severely damaged a home on Sea View Avenue, killing a family dog, appears to have been caused by accident, according to the Centerville-Osterville-Marstons Mills Fire Department and the state Fire Marshal’s office.The fire at 22 Sea View Ave. caused an estimated $1…

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Osterville blaze ruled accidental »

Monday April 24, 2017 - 3:47:31 pm | via Cape Wide News »

OSTERVILLE – State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey and Centerville-Osterville-Marston Mills Fire Chief Michael J. Winn said yesterday’s fire at 22 Seaview Drive, Osterville appears to be accidental in nature. The fire is estimated to have caused over $1 million in damages. The homeowner was doing…

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Section of Route 137 in Harwich closed after serious crash »

Monday April 24, 2017 - 2:27:15 pm | via Cape Cod Times Headlines »

HARWICH — A truck rolled over and a car was heavily damaged in a crash on Route 137 south of Route 6.The crash occurred at about 2 p.m.The road will be closed in the area of Sherwood Road for several hours because of the crash and drivers should avoid the area, according to a Harwich Police…

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3 car crash in Centerville »

Monday April 24, 2017 - 2:17:22 pm | via Cape Wide News »

CENTERVILLE – Centerville Osterville, Marstons Mills Fire Department responded to a three car crash on Falmouth Road just east of South County Road Marstons Mills around 1:00 p.m. this afternoon. Two persons were transported to the hospital with non life treating injuries. Traffic was backed up…

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Serious crash closes Route 137 in East Harwich »

Monday April 24, 2017 - 1:38:40 pm | via Police and Fire News »

Deck: Car versus truck at 137 & Sherwood in HarwichTowns: HarwichTopic: Police and Fire NewsHub Category: Police and FireAuthor: CapeCodToday StaffTeaser: Car versus truck at 137 & Sherwood in Harwich…Main Image: Main Image Credit: Convertible demolished…

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Yarmouth public safety officials to present mock impaired driving crash at D-Y »

Monday April 24, 2017 - 10:19:38 am | via Cape Wide News »

YARMOUTH – Local and state public safety officials will present a mock impaired driving fatal crash on May 5 to senior students at Dennis Yarmouth Regional High School. The mock crash is a collaborative effort between the students and staff of Dennis Yarmouth Regional High School and the Fire…

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Truro Police Blotter - 04/17/17 to 04/23/17 »

Monday April 24, 2017 - 5:07:57 am | via CapeCodToday Police Blotter »

Deck: No arrests this weekTowns: TruroTopic: Police BlotterHub Category: Police and FireAuthor: CapeCodToday StaffTeaser: No arrests this week…Main Image: Thumbnail Image: Body:  Truro Police Department Page: 1 Dispatch Log From: 04/17/2017 Thru: 04/23/2017…

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Crash severely injures dirt-bike rider »

Sunday April 23, 2017 - 9:21:32 pm | via Cape Cod Times Headlines »

BUZZARDS BAY — Bourne firefighters transported a victim of a dirt-bike crash to a trauma center Sunday evening.“The call was for a party on a dirt bike. There was an accident in the woods,” said Bourne fire Lt. Ryan Haden. “We transported the patient to Rhode Island Hospital.“Bourne…

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Study: Whale and Boat Collisions may be More Common  »

Sunday April 23, 2017 - 7:41:00 am | via NewsCenter »

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A group of marine scientists says collisions of whales and boats off the New England coast may be more common than previously thought. The scientists focused on the humpback whale population in the southern Gulf of Maine and found that almost 15 percent of the whales had injuries…

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