Zetland FM Local News - 31st May 2017
Two men have been injured in a car crash which closed a main road in our area yesterday afternoon;
Friends and family of a man who tragically died at a holiday park are raising money to pay for the cost of his funeral;
...and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are asking for the public's views on proposed changes to the dog exclusion zone at Saltburn beach.
Two men have been injured in a car crash which closed a main road in our area yesterday afternoon.
Police closed a section of Flatts Lane in Normanby yesterday following the incident.
Paramedics and fire crews were also called out following the accident, which occurred at around half past midday.
Cleveland Police have confirmed that two men, believed to be the driver and passenger of a blue Vauxhall, were injured.
One suffered a leg injury whilst the other suffered injuries to his arm.
The vehicles were recovered at around 2:40pm.
Friends and family of a man who tragically died at a holiday park are raising money to pay for the cost of his funeral.
Ryan Vincent, who was 22, died following an incident at the Primrose Valley holiday park near Filey in North Yorkshire last week.
Now, his family and friends have set up a JustGiving page to try and raise £3500 for the family of Mr Vincent, who was 22 and from Skelton.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter in connection with Mr Vincent’s death and have been released on bail as inquiries continue.
Anyone who witnessed the incident, at about 11.30pm on Monday, May 22, and has not already spoken to the police, is asked to call 101, select option 2 and ask for Scarborough Serious Crime Team quoting reference number 12170088431.
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are asking for the public's views on proposed changes to the dog exclusion zone at Saltburn beach.
The council is proposing to extend the area of Saltburn beach covered by the public spaces protection order excluding dogs between May 1 and September 30.
The council believes this proposed change will benefit local communities, neighbourhoods, and the local economy, as it will help in the creation and maintenance of clean, safe and healthy neighbourhoods, town centres, and visitor destinations.
The council also wants to know whether or not members of the public have experienced antisocial activities involving dogs and dog walkers on Saltburn beach, so it can assess whether the proposed change is justified.
You can take part in the consultation on the Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council website.