Police Log: Crash Knocks Out Power, Man Injured In Ladder Fall
Nov 26, 2014 02:42PM ● Published by Bill Gilman
Tewksbury Police Headquarters.
The accident took place Tuesday morning. The man called 911 at 11:40 a.m. and reported that he had fallen about 10-15 feet off a ladder.
A full emergency response went to the scene. The was treated and taken by Ambulance to Lahey Clinic in Burlington. His condition was not immediately available.
Single car crash knocks out power
One person was injured and several homes were without power for several hours after a single-car crash early Saturday morning.
The crash took place near 672 Shawsheen St., just before 1 a.m. when a vehicle struck a utility pole, trapping the driver inside. A full emergency response was sent to the scene and National Grid was notified about the downed power lines. However, they were unable to immediately respond due to other outages.
The driver was extricated from the vehicle and was transported by ambulance to Lowell General Hospital Saints Campus.
- Emily N. Allende, 31, 5 Bourque St., Lawrence, was arrested on Sunday, Nov. 23, following a minor motor vehicle accident on River Road. She was charged with OUI-liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and a marked lanes violation.
- Tuesday, Nov. 25, 3:24 p.m. -- A Trull Road resident reported find a dog without any tags. The dog was taken to the vet to check out its ID chip. The resident has the number of the woamn who took possession of the dog.
- Sunday, Nov. 23, 11:16 a.m. -- A Shawsheen Street resident called Police to complain there was still debris in the road from the accident the previous day.Penny's Towing had been unable to cleanup the scene because of the power lines hanging low. Penny's was notified and they agreed to return to the scene and clean up. An officer remained on scene to assist.
- Sunday, Nov. 23, 2:06 p.m. -- A Charme Road called Police to report that her neighbor was in the process of cutting down her shrubs. Two units were sent to the scene. An officer learned that the shrubs did not, in fact, belong to the caller but did, in fact, belong to the neighbor who was cutting them down. All parties were spoken to. A report was filed.
- Saturday, Nov. 22, 3:38 a.m. -- Police received a call from an Ames Hill Drive resident who reported she believed someone was in her home.Two units were sent to the scene. No one was found in the Lodge. There was no response when officers knocked on the apartment door of the call. Calls to the phone of the caller were not answered. A report was filed.
- Friday, Nov. 21, 8:45 p.m. -- The manager of Papa Gino's, 1900 Main St., called Police to report a problem with a driver. The manager reported that the driver had been out on a delivery and called in to say he was not coming back in that night because his girlfriend was giving birth. Later, the manager reached the driver who said he still had the $107.21 and would bring it in Tuesday. However the driver did not come in that day and the manager has not been able to reach him. An officer was sent to the restaurant to speak to the manager and a report was filed.