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The volunteers from the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were called into action in our area yesterday;

Police are continuing to excavate a former allotment site in Middlesbrough in an attempt to solve a 20 year old murde case;

...and it was Armed Forces Day in Redcar on Saturday and the public took their chance to show support for our Armed Forces.

 

The volunteers from the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were called into action in our area yesterday.

The team received a call that a 14yr old girl member on the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme from Guisborough had fallen and sustained a leg injury on High Moor south of Birk Brow Road.

The group of children with her acted according to their training, and sought help, and took care of their friend whilst medical teams made their way to the scene.

A number of team members and the team doctor responded, and the girl was treated and taken in a team Land Rover to a waiting Ambulance at a nearby farm.

 

Police are continuing to excavate a former allotment site in Middlesbrough in an attempt to solve a 20 year old murde case.

A third week of activity will take place at Troon Close in Middlesbrough next week as search teams continue to work on an area of waste ground connected to a 20-year-old murder case.

Police and a specialist search team started work at a former allotment site near to Troon Close on Monday 18th June as part of the investigation into the disappearance of Donna Keogh from Middlesbrough in 1998 when she was just 17 years old.

Donna has never been found and her disappearance is being treated as a murder investigation.

 

It was Armed Forces Day in Redcar on Saturday and the public took their chance to show support for our Armed Forces.

Members of the public came to the High Street for Armed Forces Day to attend a military parade and service of thanks.

There was an plenty of activities on Redcar High Street with paintball, a climbing wall, motor cycle riders, a vintage singer and even a flyover by a classic Dakota RAF plane.

The event followed the Freedom of the Borough parade by The Yorkshire Regiment on Thursday last week which also attracted crowds of people.


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