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A mother-of-two who was found on fire at a home on Acklam Road in Middlesbrough has died, police have confirmed;

Neighbourhood police officers have arrested a man after a drugs raid in Dormanstown;

PD Ports are celebrating the fourth anniversary of Teesport Intermodal Rail Terminal, which has cemented the port and the wider Tees Valley region as a truly global gateway to the UK since opening on the 15th November 2014.

 

A mother-of-two who was found on fire at a home on Acklam Road in Middlesbrough has died, police have confirmed.

Neighbours described their horror after the woman, who has been named locally as Ambreen Hussain, 35, was taken to hospital on Tuesday after she was seen in flames on the Middlesbrough street.

Cleveland Police confirmed on Monday that she died on Saturday at Newcastle Royal Victoria Infirmary Hospital of her injuries.

A man, 34, was also injured in the incident and taken to James Cook University Hospital after suffering burns, where he continues to receive treatment.

 

Neighbourhood police officers have arrested a man after a drugs raid in Dormanstown.

Yesterday morning, officers executed a drugs warrant in the Dormanstown area.

As a result, a 19 year old male was arrested and cautioned for possession of Class B drugs.

Police say they will not tolerate drug offences in our area and will continue to act on information and intelligence in order to bring offenders to justice.

 

PD Ports are celebrating the fourth anniversary of Teesport Intermodal Rail Terminal, which has cemented the port and the wider Tees Valley region as a truly global gateway to the UK since opening on the 15th November 2014.

Seeing considerable growth in containers year-on-year, PD Ports launched the £3M Teesport Intermodal Rail Terminal with services to Felixstowe and Southampton, expanding the Port’s hinterland.

Four years on, using rail to move goods around the county continues to be important in order to help alleviate the over-burdened UK road network and chronic HGV driver shortage whilst helping customers reduce carbon emissions and cut costs in their supply chains.


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