Zetland FM Local News - 7th July 2018
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was injured when the vehicle he was driving left the road in Redcar;
The mother of a missing woman is appealing to her daughter to return home safe;
...the monthly Primrose Bell Market is taking place in Redcar today, and this month there is a World War One theme.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was injured when the vehicle he was driving left the road in Redcar.
The incident happened at around 5pm on Monday on the Trunk Road in Redcar, outside the ambulance station.
The blue Hyundai I-30 left the carriageway and was located in a hedge.
The 66-year-old male driver was taken to James Cook University Hospital with a serious injury to his lower back.
He remains in a serious condition in hospital.
Any witnesses to the incident, anyone who may have assisted the driver at the scene or anyone who may have dash cam footage is asked to contact PC Kevin Weldon from the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit on the non-emergency number 101.
The mother of a missing woman is appealing to her daughter to return home safe.
43-year-old Naheed Khan, from Thornaby, was reported missing on Tuesday 12th June, however, she had not been seen by her family for around three weeks prior to that, which is out of character.
Naheed's only daughter recently gave birth to a baby girl and she has never met her.
Gazala Khan, Naheed's mother, said that it has been an incredibly stressful time, and that she is worried about her daughter and and wants her home safe.
Naheed is described as being of Asian appearance, of slim build and around 5ft 6" tall, with long, dark hair and several tattoos, one being 'Amber' on her left wrist. She also has a large mole in the centre of her left wrist.
Police have released numerous appeals to the public to trace Naheed and have since had several calls reporting unconfirmed sightings of her.
Anyone with information as to Naheed's whereabouts or anyone who may have seen Naheed since late May onwards, is asked to contact Cleveland Police on 101.
The monthly Primrose Bell Market is taking place in Redcar today, and this month there is a World War One theme.
Cleveland Street will be full of stalls and food tables, and party goers in period costumes from the 1900's through to the 1920’s, including real life and fictional characters.
There will be actors playing Lord Kitchener, Emmeline Pankhurst, Thomas Shelby from Peaky Blinders and many more.
Members of the public are invited to come down and get involved and enjoy the food and produce from local sellers between 11am and 6pm today.