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Cape Cod Mall, Hyannis Car CrashCambridge, MA (July 13, 2018) – A Cambridge man was hurt in a hit and run that took place along Massachusetts Avenue on Wednesday.  Cambridge Police were called to the Central Square area in reference to a hit and run on Wednesday just after 10:00 pm.   Once on scene, they discovered that a man had been hit by a vehicle.  The driver of the vehicle fled the scene shortly after hitting the man and was not present when police arrived to investigate.

The man was transported to a hospital with non life-threatening injuries sustained in the incident.  Police have been unable to locate the hit and run driver as of Friday.  The investigation into the crash remains ongoing and the hit and run driver is expected to be charged once they are apprehended.

No additional details are available at this time.

Bicycle Accident Injures 15-Year-OldCambridge, MA (July 12, 2018) – A bicyclist in Cambridge, Massachusetts reported a hit and run crash to police on Wednesday.  The report came in at 7:13 pm.   The bicyclist was riding near the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Langdon Street when he was struck by a vehicle traveling in the same direction.  The bicyclist did suffer injuries in the crash but the extent of injuries is unspecified at this time.

Police are actively searching for the hit and run vehicle and have made no arrests as of Thursday morning.  They have not released a description of the vehicle they are searching for at this time.  No other details regarding this crash were made available.

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949267_pedestrian_crossing_sign-300x278Cambridge, MA (July 6, 2018) – A pedestrian suffered injuries after being struck by a vehicle in Cambridge, Massachusetts on Thursday.   Cambridge police report that a pedestrian was walking along Washington Street just before 8:00 pm when they were struck by a vehicle.  An ambulance came to the scene and took the patient to a nearby hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

Police investigated the crash for some period of time.  Eventually, they concluded that the driver was at fault for the crash and that the pedestrian was struck while in a crosswalk.  The driver was charged with Failure to Stop for a Pedestrian in a Crosswalk.  There is no additional information available at this time.

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images-1-2Cambridge, MA (July 3, 2018) – Police in Cambridge, Massachusetts responded to a motor vehicle crash involving a child pedestrian on Monday.   Officers were called to Rindge Avenue just before 5:00 pm in reference to a car vs. pedestrian crash.  Once there, they discovered that a child had been struck by a car.  Pro EMS also responded to the crash to treat the injured child.  The child was transported to a hospital for evaluation.  The injuries are not believed to be serious.

Police are investigating the crash.  They do not suspect that any foul play was involved, however, there is no final word on whether the driver will be charged for hitting the child.  No further information about the crash is currently available.

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images-1Cambridge, MA (June 29, 2018) – A two car accident took place in Cambridge, Massachusetts Friday morning.  The crash occurred at the intersection of Main Street and Broad Canal just after 8:00 am.  Two vehicles were involved in the crash, although Cambridge police have not said how the accident occurred.  One person was injured in the crash and was transported by ambulance to a nearby hospital.  The injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

Main Street was closed briefly while police investigated the accident and cleared away debris and wreckage from the scene.  Traffic was delayed momentarily while police were on scene but began flowing again once the road was re-opened.  Cambridge police have not identified those involved in the crash or released any further information.  There were no charges immediately filed.

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27826443258_b358ca39e1_b-300x300Cambridge, MA (June 28, 2018) – An MIT police officer was on routine patrol Wednesday when he was struck by a vehicle at an intersection.  The accident occurred around 10:30 am when the MIT officer was working detail patrol on Vassar Street.  At that time, Cambridge police say a vehicle approached the intersection and failed to come to a complete stop at a stop sign.  The vehicle operator proceeded through the stop sign an struck the officer.  The officer, who has not been identified at this time, suffered injuries which are not considered to be life-threatening.

The crash investigation remains ongoing at this time with the Cambridge Police Department.  The driver, who was also not identified, was issued a citation for failure to yield.  There is no word on the condition of the injured MIT officer.

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1177205_bicycles_in_amsterdam-300x200Cambridge, MA (June 28, 2018) – A bicyclist in Cambridge, Massachusetts was hurt on Wednesday when they were struck by a car door.  The bicyclist was riding on Cambridge Street just after 9:00 am when they approached a parked car.  The driver was still inside the vehicle and opened their door to get out.   However, prior to opening the door, the driver failed to see the oncoming bicyclist.  The door struck the bicyclist, knocking them off their bicycle.

The motor vehicle driver failed to stay at the scene.  The cyclist then left the area to locate Cambridge police.  Once an officer was located, the cyclist reported the incident to police.  Police were able to contact the driver and issued a them a citation for an unsafe movement.  The bicyclist sustained injuries as a result of being struck by the door, however, the injuries do not appear to be serious.

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1118296_crosswalk-300x199Cambridge, MA (June 28, 2018) – A pedestrian in Cambridge, Massachusetts was injured on Wedensday while walking at the intersection of Vassar Street and Amesbury Street.  Cambridge police were told that the accident occurred just before 6:00 pm when a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle.  Police responded to the scene and spoke with both the pedestrian and the driver of the vehicle.  The pedestrian and driver cooperated with the police investigation into the accident.  It is not known at this time what caused the crash to occur.  Police did not immediately charge either party in association with the crash.

The pedestrian suffered injuries as a result of the accident.  Fortunately, the injuries were not life-threatening and the pedestrian was treated on scene.  Neither the pedestrian nor the driver have been identified by Cambridge police.

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Bicycle Accident at Temple PlaceCambridge, MA (June 28, 2018) – A bicyclist in Cambridge was hurt Wednesday when they collided with a car in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  The bicyclist was riding on Franklin Street, near Bay Street around 1:00 pm when they collided with a car traveling at the same location.  The resulting collision left the bicyclist with injuries.  Cambridge Police investigated the crash.

Officers have not released additional details surrounding the collision as they continue to investigate.  Fortunately, the bicyclist’s injuries are not life-threatening and it appears as though they escape this crash relatively unscathed.  There is no word on whether police intend to charge the driver for their role in the accident or why this collision occurred in the first place.

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Hit-and-Run Accident on Pilgrim AvenueCambridge, MA (June 27, 2018) – Cambridge was the site of a two car collision on Tuesday morning.  Officers with the Cambridge Police Department responded to an accident scene at Cambridge Street around 9:50 am.  While on scene, officers located two vehicles that had just been involved in a collision at the location.  There were injuries sustained in the crash but they are not life-threatening.

Cambridge police have not said how the accident occurred, however, they did charge 37 year old Mirian Dos Santos with operating a motor vehicle without a license.  Dos Santos was also cited for unsafe operation based on witness statements at the scene that she was using a cell phone at the time of the crash.  There is no word on the current condition of the injured driver.

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