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The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were called into action yesterday after walkers discovered a man who had collapsed near Roseberry Topping;

Police have issued an appeal for information after a number of vehicles were damaged on Roman Road in Middlesbrough, near to the Yellow Rose pub;

...and police are carrying out weeks of action across Cleveland targeting nuisance off-road bikers who cause misery in communities.

 

The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were called into action yesterday after walkers discovered a man who had collapsed near Roseberry Topping.

Eight team members responded to the casualty who was showing signs of probable heat exhaustion.

He was taken in a team vehicle and then handed over to the Ambulance service and transported to James Cook Hospital for further checks.

This follows three other separate incidents over the weekend where the team were contacted for assistance by both the North East Ambulance Service and the Yorkshire Ambulance Service with incidents in Guisborough Woods and at Kildale. In each case the team was stood down whilst deploying, as the ambulance teams were able to get to their casualties without further assistance.

 

Police have issued an appeal for information after a number of vehicles were damaged on Roman Road in Middlesbrough, near to the Yellow Rose pub.

The vehicles were damaged between 9:30pm on Saturday 16th June and 09:30am on Sunday 17th June.

In total, nine vehicles were all scratched down the sides.

Any witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact PC Tash Majid on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Police are carrying out weeks of action across Cleveland targeting nuisance off-road bikers who cause misery in communities.

Officers from neighbourhood teams and the motorcycle section will give additional focus to off-road biking as part of Operation Endurance, which sees a multiagency approach to tackling the issue alongside partners from Cleveland Fire Brigade, local authorities and housing providers across Cleveland.

The weeks of action will take place in Redcar and Cleveland and the rest of Teesside throughout July and August.

Police will look to seize vehicles as well as issue warnings and prosecute where appropriate.

Working together with local authorities and local housing providers means that offenders could risk losing their tenancies.

Officers will also speak to pupils in local schools regarding the dangers of off-road biking.


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