Update (3:20 pm): Thomas B. Landers Rd. is now open.
Falmouth Police Department Press Release
Subject: UPDATED TRAFFIC ADVISORY ALERT- #710 Thomas B. Landers Road-MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2020 06:46 hrs. 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. Please review the following Summary:
On Monday, October 19, 2020 04:22 hrs Officers of the Falmouth Police Department responded to the area of 710 THOMAS B LANDERS RD @ 25 RESEARCH RD for the report of a single motor vehicle crash. A 2012 Chevy Cruze left the roadway and impacted a Utility Pole. The crash resulted in the pole being sheared off at the base and along with multiple power lines landed in the roadway blocking both lanes of travel. A DPW detour road package (signs & barricades) has been deployed to divert traffic around the roadway blockage utilizing Research Road and Technology Park Drive Roadways located within Falmouth Tech Park Industrial Zone and next to Falmouth Ice Arena. Eversource Trouble Shooter has assessed the scene and is making arrangements for work crews to be dispatched, however have not arrived at this time. This effectively created a power outage to the local residences and businesses.
EVERSOURCE. An estimated time for road opening to traffic is unknown. 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. ### ... See MoreSee Less
I live on Turner rd. People start speeding as soon as they come off Sandwich rd. It ridiculous. I ve had crashes in front of my house. Want a tip, put cops about 1/4 mile before Landers/Turner intersection at 6-7am. You’ll catch many speeders
That's a tough curve. Hope all is well.
Had a audi vs pole is Hanson... Are poles just magnetized atm?
Right now in bourne , a woman versus Pole, last night in Mashpee a truck snapped a pole what is it with people slow down
Could have really hurt somebody
Way to many accidents on this road.
Possibly Black Ice 🧊
And he didn't even have a license
Maybe they can fixe the other one down the street while they are at it
Shouldn't it be Monday the 19th not Wednesday
That's what made my power flicker early this morning.
The Falmouth Police Department want to thank Papa Gino's / D'Angelo's for their support during these unsettling times. It's gestures like this that remind the men and women of law enforcement of why they entered public service. Community is not just a catch phrase in the FPD Mission Statement, it is the way we do business in Falmouth. Two of our newest officers (K. Kester on left and E. Garrison on right) receiving the donation form their representative, Patrick. ... See MoreSee Less
Car Hits Utility Pole, Lands in Ditch- At about 12:02 am Wednesday morning a car drove off Sippewissett Rd, entered a ditch and struck a utility pole. No injuries were reported. The roadway was closed for over an hour while power lines were removed by Eversource and the car was removed from the ditch by a heavy-duty tow truck. ... See MoreSee Less
Traditional Halloween will occur on Saturday, October 31. Consistent with maintaining public health and safety during this COVID-19 pandemic, the Town strongly encourages all those who would participate in the traditional trick-or-treat activities to do so between the hours of 6 PM and 8 PM on that Saturday. In addition, we strongly encourage all Falmouth residents to closely follow the [link below] of "DO's" and "DON'Ts". These are consistent with the guidelines of Governor Baker and the Commonwealth Department of Public Health.
Enjoy this holiday, but take all necessary precautions to safeguard young people, including yourselves and all members of your families.
Randolph St, between Maravista and the mall entrance, is closed to through traffic while National Grid repairs a ruptured gas line. Most residents of Randolph St can access their residences by coming in from the mall side. ... See MoreSee Less
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We will be wearing our “pink patches” on our uniform during the month of October—Breast Cancer Awareness Month—to bring attention to the Pink Patch Project and raise funds to support cancer research. You can support the project by purchasing Falmouth Police “pink patches” ($10), hats ($20) and t-shirts (SM-XL $20 & 2/3XL $25). falmouthpolice.com/pink-patch-project/... See MoreSee Less