UPDATE – 4/5/21:
YPD: Yarmouth man charged with OUI and negligent operation of a motor vehicle after crashing into a tree at high rate of speed…
YPD MEDIA STATEMENT
On Saturday April 3, 2021 at approximately 12:30 am, Yarmouth Police Patrol Officer Eric Rondina observed a motor vehicle traveling west on White’s Path at a high rate of speed. Officer Rondina activated the cruiser mounted radar unit and confirmed the vehicles speed at 85 mph. Shortly after passing by Officer Rondina the operator lost control of the vehicle and went off the road. The vehicle came to rest on the north side of White’s Path after striking a utility trailer and a large tree.
Officer Rondina immediately drove to where the accident occurred and rendered aid to Du Verger. The vehicle, Hyundai Sonata, had extensive damage to the passenger side and full airbag deployment.
The operator was identified as Cody Du Verger, age 32 of West Yarmouth. Du Verger was treated at the scene by Yarmouth Fire Personnel and transported to Cape Cod Hospital for treatment of injures.
Based on the investigation conducted by Officer Rondina, Du Verger was charged with the following offenses.
OUI Alcohol – 2nd Offense
Negligent operation of motor vehicle
Du Verger will receive a summons to appear in court at a later date.
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INITIAL HN REPORT:
SOUTH YARMOUTH – At about 12:30 a.m. this morning a Yarmouth Patrolman was driving along Whites Path when he witnessed a blue sedan leave the roadway and slam into a parked dump trailer and fifth wheel camper. As you will hear in the following HN Video, according to sources at the scene. The vehicle’s airbags had deployed and the driver was shaken up, but still conscious. The driver was evaluated by Yarmouth Rescue and transported to Cape Cod Hospital with injuries not believed to be life-threatening. Karen Daffinee, the owner of the dump trailer and fifth wheel camper had been inside her home brushing her teeth when she heard what she described as “wicked screeching,” followed by loud bangs. She immediately went out side to see if she needed to call 911 and was amazed to find out that a Yarmouth Police cruiser was already on scene. Karen describes what she heard and saw in the following HN Video…
The vehicle was removed from the scene on a flatbed truck.
The Yarmouth Police Department is investigating the cause of the crash. Speed may have been a factor…
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