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Local MP's and council leaders have expressed their disappointment and dismay at the news that potash production at Boulby mine is expected to come to an end;

Officers are appealing for information after a man was left with serious head injuries following a report of an altercation in Redcar;

...and police are appealing for information to a collision in Ormesby.

 

Local MP's and council leaders have expressed their disappointment and dismay at the news that potash production at Boulby mine is expected to come to an end.

The decision is likely to result in the loss of a significant number of jobs at the mine, which is a major local employer in East Cleveland.

The mine is in the constituency of Simon Clarke, MP for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland.

Simon told Zetland FM what he's been doing in response yesterdays announcement.

 

Officers are appealing for information after a man was left with serious head injuries following a report of an altercation in Redcar.

Police received a report of an altercation involving a large number of people on Yew Tree Avenue at around 10.15pm on Wednesday.

A light coloured vehicle was seen leaving the area following the incident.

A 22-year-old man was left with serious head injuries and he was taken to James Cook University Hospital, where he remains whilst receiving treatment.

Any witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Constable Jon May on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Police are appealing for information to a collision in Ormesby.

The collision happened at around 11am on Wednesdayand involved a grey Volkswagen Tiguan which collided with a bus stop on Normanby Road and then continued over a grassed area before colliding with the front of a house on Ainsworth Way.

The front fence was destroyed in the collision and caused an outer wall to collapse.

Fortunately no one was injured, however the 34-year-old male driver was detained at James Cook University Hospital as a result of a pre-existing medical condition.

Anyone who may have witnessed the manner of driving of the vehicle immediately prior to the collision or the witnessed the collision itself is asked to contact PC Steven Mills on the non-emergency number 101.


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