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The RNLI lifeboats from Redcar were called into action yesterday after a child was reported missing on the beach;

The volunteers from the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been called into action in our area;

...and local people are being asked to take a moment to remember all our servicemen and women on Armed Forces Day tomorrow.

 

The RNLI lifeboats from Redcar were called into action yesterday after a child was reported missing on the beach.

The call came at 2.30pm after the parents of a 10-year-old boy raised the alarm. The lifeboats launched and began a search of the shoreline to the west of the lifeboat station.

At 2.50pm police officers on the beach located the boy, safe and well and he was reunited with his parents.

With the beaches being particularly popular at the moment the charity is continuing to urge anyone planning to visit the coast to make sure they keep themselves and their families safe by following beach safety advice. 

In an emergency you should dial 999, and ask for the Coastguard.

 

The volunteers from the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been called into action in our area.

On Wednesday evening the team assisted a man who had sustained a leg injury near to Cod Beck reservoir.

The 21-year old man from Middlesbrough had injured his leg earlier that evening when he jumped into the reservoir which was a lot shallower than he expected.

As a result he was in a lot of pain and unable to walk. He was treated by the Ambulance crew member assisted by one of the Team doctors. 

The man was loaded onto a stretcher he was pushed back to a waiting ambulance and on to hospital for further treatment.

 

Local people are being asked to take a moment to remember all our servicemen and women on Armed Forces Day tomorrow.

Ordinarily there would a major parade in Redcar as well as entertainment as thousands of people celebrate the day.

However, this year people are being asked to give thanks in their own way and can share messages – and their own ‘salute’ - on the Armed Forces Day website

Many people have already shared images of themselves, family and friends saluting on the site.

Images can also be posted on the Armed Forces Days pages on Facebook and Twitter.


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