The child was rushed to Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence. No further details were immediately provided.
Bourne police are investigating the incident.
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NEW BEDFORD, RI – Seven people were displaced and four officers suffered minor injuries after a New Bedford home caught fire early Monday morning.
According to WBSM, the fire broke out in a three-family residence at 34 Sidney Street near Hemlock Street around 1 a.m.
Police officers evacuated six adults and one infant, as well as several pets from the burning building.
Four officers suffered smoke inhalation and were taken to St. Luke’s Hospital to be treated.
Firefighters were able to contain the blaze in about an hour. None of the residents were injured.
Officials say the cause of the fire was improper disposal of smoking material from the third-floor balcony.
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NEW BEDFORD, RI – Two students were taken to St. Luke’s Hospital following an accident involving chemicals at New Bedford High School on Thursday morning.
According to the New Bedford Guide, students were mixing chemicals in a class that was unattended. One witness in the class at the time complained that school officials did not have anyone supervising while the students handled hazardous materials.
The teacher was absent and a substitute was not yet assigned.
Two students suffered mild symptoms from chemical exposure and were taken to the hospital for treatment.
Officials are investigating the incident.
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FALMOUTH, MA – Two people suffered injuries following a two-vehicle Collin in Falmouth Friday morning.
According to WJAR, the crash happened at the intersection of Clark Street and John Parker Road around 5:45 a.m.
A licensed juvenile driving a GMC Canyon failed to stop at the intersection stop sign and struck a Kia Sportage. The impact caused the GMC to rollover.
A passenger in the GMC was pinned in the vehicle and had to be extricated. They were taken to an area hospital with injuries.
The driver of the Kia also suffered injuries and was transported to the hospital.
The GMC driver was cited for failing to stop at a stop sign.
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FALMOUTH, MA – Emergency crews were on the scene of a two-car crash Wednesday evening, reports local media.
The accident happened on Route 28, East Falmouth Highway near Sherwood Drive around 5 p.m.
The impact caused one of the vehicles to overturn onto its roof. No details on the extent of those injured have been provided at this time.
The crash remains under investigation.
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WESTPORT, MA – A man was sent to the hospital after yet another house fire in Westport over the weekend.
According to WBSM, fire crews responded to a fire Sunday evening at 1634-1636 Drift Road.
They found a man in the front yard with injuries from the blaze. He was taken to an area hospital for treatment.
Authorities believe a wood-burning stove was the cause of the fire. This was the fourth fire in the past week that fire crews have extinguished in Westport.
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