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Police are appealing for witnesses to a collision involving a motorbike and a car in Eston;

Police have seized drugs, growing equipment, cash and weapons over the summer after officers as part of Operation Steel Blue;

...and two Middlesbrough brothers have raised over £8,000 for the British Heart Foundation in support of their Dad, Anthony, who had been living with congestive heart failure for the last two years.

 

Police are appealing for witnesses to a collision involving a motorbike and a car in Eston.

The collision happened at around twenty to two last Thursday afternoon on Station Road at the junction of Birkdale Drive.

A 22-year-old man who was a passenger on the motorbike suffered facial injuries and was taken to James Cook University Hospital for treatment.

Any witnesses who may have seen the collision or anyone who may have seen the motorbike prior to the collision are asked to contact PC Neil Armstrong from the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit on the non-emergency 101.

 

Police have seized drugs, growing equipment, cash and weapons over the summer after officers as part of Operation Steel Blue.

Between 31st July and 1st September, officers raided 17 addresses across Teesside in a bid to tackle drug dealing and the crime and antisocial behaviour which often goes hand in hand with it.

Neighbourhood officers were supported over the weeks by plain clothed officers, colleagues from Dog Section and officers from the Community Drugs Enforcement Team among others.

Anyone with information on drug dealing or other crime should phone Cleveland Police on the 101 number.

Information can also be passed anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers via its website at www.crimestoppers-uk.org or by phoning 0800 555 111.

 

Two Middlesbrough brothers have raised over £8,000 for the British Heart Foundation in support of their Dad, Anthony, who had been living with congestive heart failure for the last two years.

Richard Woodhouse 31, from Nunthorpe an instrument and control engineer at SABIC and his brother Daniel from Stainton, have raised an incredible £8,103.76 pushing Daniel, who is in a wheelchair, around the Great North Run's 13.1 mile course in support of the national charity.

Richard, Daniel and their friend Jon-Paul Irvine managed this amazing feat with the help of a wheelchair device that was custom-made for Daniel with the support of Cape Engineering Services in Middlesbrough.

The chair was engineered, not only to keep Daniel comfortable around the course, but to carry his ventilator and medical supplies too.

The money raised was donated to the British Heart Foundation.


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