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In the news from the Cape Ann Police and Fire Department newspapers:


Thursday September 2

7:41 p.m .: Medical emergency on Beach Street. The person was taken by ambulance to Addison Gilbert Hospital in Gloucester.

7:25 p.m .: Someone reported losing their truck keys on Granite Street.

17:46: Public Works has been advised that water is leaking from the road on Pigeon Hill Street.

2:18 p.m. and 2:07 p.m .: Two drivers on Mt. Pleasant Street and Granite Street received verbal warnings for stop sign violation and speeding, respectively.

12:29 p.m .: The Forest Fire Department pumped water from a flooded basement on Stockholm Avenue.

12:16 p.m .: One person reported that someone traced and cashed one of his checks valued over $ 17,000. The matter is under study.

9:40 am: Public Works has been advised to remove a large tree branch which fell on a car parked on Shetland Road. The car sustained minor damage.

8:54 am: Officers moved a Henderson Court sump pump to empty in a neighbor’s yard.

8:53 am: A driver on Beach Street received a written warning for expiring the check-in. The driver was able to renew the registration online before being dismissed by the agent.

Flooded: The Forest Fire Department pumped water from a basement on Main Street at 6:37 a.m. and from another on Stockholm Avenue at 7.18 a.m.

7, 6:53 and 6:51: Public Works removed pavement debris on Penzance Road, Granite Street and Back Beach Way, respectively.

6:15 am: Medical emergency on Sandy Bay Terrace. Gloucester firefighters responded. It is not known if the person was taken to hospital.


Thursday September 2

1:15 p.m .: A School Street driver received a written warning for speeding.

1:02 p.m. and 11:14 a.m .: Two drivers. on Summer Street and School Street, respectively, received verbal warnings for speeding.

5h50: National Grid has been told of a fallen tree tangled in power lines on Ocean Street.

5:07 am: National Grid has been informed of a power outage on School Street.

2:04 am: A School Street driver was fined for speeding and breaking the stop sign.


Thursday September 2

10:38 p.m., 10:13 p.m. and 6:59 p.m .: Three Main Street drivers received verbal warnings for speeding.

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