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Police are appealing for drivers with dash cam footage to come forward after a crash on the Trunk Road on Thursday;

The Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland has skydived from 10,000ft for charity;

...and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are appealing for volunteers after an Lego exhibition has proved to be extremely popular.

 

Police are appealing for drivers with dash cam footage to come forward after a crash on the Trunk Road on Thursday.

The collision occurred on the A1085 Westbound between Dormanstown and Lackenby.

The collision involved a gold Vauxhall Vectra and a 42-year-old male pedestrian.

The incident occurred on Thursday at 2:30pm.

As a result of the collision the pedestrian was taken to James Cook University Hospital and is currently being treated for a broken leg, broken wrist and a cut to his head.

Any witnesses or anyone with dash cam footage in relation to the collision is asked to contact Acting Sergeant Sandra Dent from the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit on the non-emergency number 101.

 

The Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland has skydived from 10,000ft for charity.

Councillor Karen King raised nearly £2,000 for her two mayoral charities as a result of the dive at Peterlee Airfield on Thursday.

The idea came from the Mayor's sister-in-law Lorraine King, who also took part in the parachute jump and helped with fundraising.

Every penny of the money raised will go The Junction, which helps young people and families in the borough, and Still Parents, which supports families dealing with still birth.

And you can see the video of Karen's sky dive on the Zetland FM Facebook page.

 

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are appealing for volunteers after an Lego exhibition has proved to be extremely popular.

The 'Brick Dinos' exhibition currently on display at Kirkleatham Museum & Grounds features dinosaurs constructed from Lego bricks by the popular Lego artist Warren Elsmore.

The exhibition has been such a huge hit with the public that the council are now looking for volunteers to help out.

If you think you could spare some time call Shirley on 01642 479500 for more information.


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