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Public Health England has published its latest figures on Coronavirus, with patient numbers rising in Teesside and across the North East;

Police have appealed for parents to ensure their children are whilst schools are closed following an increase in anti-social behaviour related incidents;

...and firefighters were called to tackle a blaze at a farm at the weekend.

 

Public Health England has published its latest figures on Coronavirus, with patient numbers rising in Teesside and across the North East.

The latest figures show that Redcar has an extra confirmed diagnosis - with the current figure of patients standing at three, up from two.

The first case of coronavirus in Middlesbrough was recorded on Friday.

The total number of cases across Teesside now stands at 18, with the number across the North east now totalling 82.

 

Police have appealed for parents to ensure their children are whilst schools are closed following an increase in anti-social behaviour related incidents.

Officers from the Greater Eston Neighbourhood police team say that they have received reports of youths drinking, causing damage, lighting fires, harassing staff of local premises, harassing members of public, being verbally and physically abusive to emergency workers.

This included repeated incidents around the Grangetown area with a fire also being started at the rear of The Magnet Pub, and also a large fire on Eston Hills.

Redcar Police Teams also report major issues around the Ings Estate in the town, with gangs of 40 or more youths causing issues in the estates and setting fires.

 

Firefighters were called to tackle a blaze at a farm at the weekend.

Three fire engines, one from Coulby Newham, one from Grangetown and one from Guisborough, attended the fire at Newstead F, in Guisborough on Saturday.

The crews were called to reports of the blaze at around 4.30pm and spent two hours battling it.

Firefighters wore breathing masks and used water to extinguish the flames which completely destroyed one of the sheds on the site.


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