Charges Filed in Weekend Wellfleet Accident

ER medical symbolWELLFLEET – There will be no charges filed in connection with Tuesday’s deadly car crash on Route 6 in Wellfleet.

Police say Wende Harrison, 54, of North Eastham crossed into oncoming traffic, causing the 3-car accident.

Harrison was pronounced dead at the scene.

Charges will, however, be filed in Saturday’s accident that snarled traffic on Route 6 for hours.

Timothy Skerry, 20, of Kingston faces negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lanes violation charges after police say he crossed into oncoming traffic.

The crash took place on Route 6 and Wendon Way.

Skerry was driving a Chevy trailblazer traveling southbound on Route 6 when he drifted several times into the northbound lane.

Skerry then traveled completely into the northbound lane striking a Chevy Malibu operated by a Michael Goldstein, 55, of New York.

The Wellfleet Police department is also in the final stages of concluding the investigation of Tuesday’s fatal accident on Route 6 and Kerouach Way in which Harrison was killed.

Harrison was driving a Chevy Van cab traveling southbound on Route 6 when the vehicle suddenly crossed into the northbound lane striking a truck owned by R.W. Townsend & Sons and operated by George Pierce III, 33, of Wellfleet.

Harrison then continued traveling northbound, striking a GMC Sierra pickup truck operated by a Matthew Szymanski, 47, of Bolton.
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