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Police are appealing for information after a car crashed into a house at a well known East Cleveland crossroads;

Coastguard teams have been called into action to assist a person who had sustained an injury at Marske;

...and a study into bringing back passenger rail services in East Cleveland has suggested “one train an hour” to one of our area’s most isolated villages.

 

Police are appealing for information after a car crashed into a house at a well known East Cleveland crossroads.

The blue Seat Ibiza crashed into the garden of a bungalow at Four Lane Ends near Upleatham in Redcar at around 11.40pm last night.

The car rolled several times and stopped in the front garden of the address.

No-one inside the property was physically injured but three passengers in the car, who were two 19-year-old women and a 21-year-old man, were taken to James Cook University Hospital with injuries. The 22-year-old driver was unharmed.

Anyone who witnessed anything or who has any information is asked to call Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

Coastguard teams have been called into action to assist a person who had sustained an injury at Marske.

The team were paged at around twenty to eleven on Monday evening to assist ambulance crews at the St. Germain Church in Marske.

On arrival the team found the casualty who was under the influence of alcohol and had sustained a head wound.

The team provided casualty care and stayed with the casualty until the ambulance service arrived on scene.

Members of the public are reminded that if you see anyone in trouble on the beach or cliffs dial 999 and ask for the Coastguard.

 

A study into bringing back passenger rail services in East Cleveland has suggested “one train an hour” to one of our area’s most isolated villages.

Efforts to reopen the Boulby freight line to passengers between Saltburn and the village have continued during the coronavirus pandemic.

Redcar and Cleveland Council commissioned a study on bringing back services following pressure from campaigners.

Concepts drawn up include platforms or “halts” at Saltburn West close to Saltburn Learning Campus, Skelton, Brotton, Loftus, Carlin How and Easington.

The idea behind the move is to offer better links for villagers as well as a chance for tourists to get along the coast to boost regeneration efforts.


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