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7 days ago

Falmouth Police Department

Falmouth Police Department
Press Release

Subject: UPDATED TRAFFIC ADVISORY ALERT-Thomas B. Landers Road-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2018 06:30 hrs.

On Wednesday, October 10, 2018 15:30 hrs Officers of the Falmouth Police Department responded to the area of 486 Thomas B. Landers Road for the report of a dump truck that struck overhead power lines which took down multiple utility poles. This effectively created a power outage to the local residences and businesses. Thomas B. Landers Road was closed from Blacksmith Shop Road to The Falmouth Ice Arena/Technology Park Entrance.

EVERSOURCE personnel have been on scene all night replacing/erecting the effected utility poles. A conservative estimated time of road opening to traffic is at Noon time today Thursday 10/11/18. Please monitor the Falmouth Police Department Face Book page for further updates pertaining to work completion and/or extensions. School Officials are aware of the road closure and buses will be rerouted around the closure.

The FPD is highly recommending and encouraging the public to seek alternate routes within the town which would allow them to clearly negotiate around this traffic obstacle and they should take into consideration the extra time to do so.
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Road Closure Notice:
Please avoid Thomas B. Landers Rd between Blacksmith Shop Rd and Technology Park Dr for multiple wires and poles down.
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Falmouth Police Department
Press Release

Subject: UPDATED TRAFFIC ADVISORY ALERT-Thomas B. Landers Road-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2018 06:30 hrs.

On Wednesday, October 10, 2018 15:30 hrs Officers of the Falmouth Police Department responded to the area of 486 Thomas B. Landers Road for the report of a dump truck that struck overhead power lines which took down multiple utility poles.  This effectively created a power outage to the local residences and businesses.  Thomas B. Landers Road was closed from Blacksmith Shop Road to The Falmouth Ice Arena/Technology Park Entrance.

EVERSOURCE personnel have been on scene all night replacing/erecting the effected utility poles.  A conservative estimated time of road opening to traffic is at Noon time today Thursday 10/11/18.  Please monitor the Falmouth Police Department Face Book page for further updates pertaining to work completion and/or extensions.  School Officials are aware of the road closure and buses will be rerouted around the closure.

The FPD is highly recommending and encouraging the public to seek alternate routes within the town which would allow them to clearly negotiate around this traffic obstacle and they should take into consideration the extra time to do so.
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Road Closure Notice:
Please avoid Thomas B. Landers Rd between Blacksmith Shop Rd and Technology Park Dr for multiple wires and poles down.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Signs at 28A or 28 would’ve been more helpful than the detour sign that sent us into technology park that has no outlet.

the way it’s going, there will be all new poles on TBL Rd before too long

That may explain our power outage in WFalmouth

What happened how did the wires come down

Is the road still closed?

So the state has ordered National Grid to stop all work. Will this affect the situation on Thomas Landers? www.facebook.com/154032732055/posts/10155589012422056/

Anne Elizabeth Connolly

The town of Falmouth should charge that driver was negligent for taking down those for telephone poles knocking out power the tons of people

When will everything be back to normal?

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7 days ago

Falmouth Police Department

TRAFFIC ADVISORY: On Sunday October 14, 2018 at 8AM, the Kirwin / Murray Tour de Falmouth bike ride is taking place. Roads will remain open, but traffic may be affected, particularly at the start at Surf Drive Beach. Se the map and course directions attached as pictures for details. The ride is expected to last no longer than 4 hours.

Further info available at: www.facebook.com/events/159255494796745/
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TRAFFIC ADVISORY: On Sunday October 14, 2018 at 8AM, the Kirwin / Murray Tour de Falmouth bike ride is taking place. Roads will remain open, but traffic may be affected, particularly at the start at Surf Drive Beach.  Se the map and course directions attached as pictures for details.  The ride is expected to last no longer than 4 hours.

Further info available at: https://www.facebook.com/events/159255494796745/Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Thank you for the heads up!

Haley Hatch

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