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Police are appealing for information after a number of vehicles were pelted with stones whilst driving along Normanby Road near to Allendale Road in Ormesby, Middlesbrough;

Police are appealing for information after a Citroen Berlingo and a Citroen C3 collided on Marton Road in Middlesbrough at the junction of Roseberry Park;

...and the public are being urged to think twice before attending A&E as the thaw puts pressure on NHS services.

 

Police are appealing for information after a number of vehicles were pelted with stones whilst driving along Normanby Road near to Allendale Road in Ormesby, Middlesbrough.

The incidents occurred between 7:30pm and 7:50pm on Sunday 4th March which resulted in two windscreens being smashed and cracked.

No one was injured.

It is believed a group of youths aged between 14-16-years-old are responsible and they were seen congregating near to St Gabriel’s Church wearing dark clothing.

Anyone with information regarding the youths or anyone who witnessed the incidents is asked to contact PC Heather Coates from Cleveland Police on the non-emergency 101 number, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Police are appealing for information after a Citroen Berlingo and a Citroen C3 collided on Marton Road in Middlesbrough at the junction of Roseberry Park.

The incident occurred on Sunday 4th March at 1:30pm.

The driver of the Citroen Berlingo left the scene prior to police arrival and officers would like this person to come forward as they may be able to assist with enquiries.

The 33-year-old male passenger of this vehicle was taken to James Cook University Hospital where he received treatment for a fracture to his arm.

No one was injured from the other vehicle.

Officers are appealing for any witnesses regarding the collision or with information regarding the driver of the Citroen Berlingo to contact PC Jayson Morris from the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit on the non-emergency number 101.

 

The public are being urged to think twice before attending A&E as the thaw puts pressure on NHS services.

Following the severe weather, people across the North East are being urged to stay away from A&E unless they are seriously unwell or in need of critical or life-saving care.

Members of the public are being reminded to think before dialling 999 and only call if they have a life threatening emergency.

The plea – from all NHS providers in the region – comes as attendances at A&E have soared since the snow has melted with extremely high numbers of very sick patients requiring treatment.

NHS providers are reminding people who are not seriously ill to seek alternatives wherever possible.

Advice is available for free by calling NHS 111.


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