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A person has sustained injuries and busy road had to be closed after a crash involving a car and a motorbike in Redcar;

Emergency services were called to assist after a man was spotted laid on the pavement in South Bank early on Saturday;

...and two people and their pet chihuahua had to be rescued from cliffs after getting cut off by the tide.

 

A person has sustained injuries and busy road had to be closed after a crash involving a car and a motorbike in Redcar.

The collision happened yesterday shortly before 1.30pm near to the Rowan Garth estate.

Emergency services descended on Redcar Road, which links Redcar with Marske, following the crash with police closing the carriageway to motorists.

The severity of the injuries the person has sustained are not yet known.

 

Emergency services were called to assist after a man was spotted laid on the pavement in South Bank early on Saturday.

The call-out, at 4.40am, was to a person seen lying motionless on the bridge near to the B&Q store at Skipper’s Lane.

A double crewed ambulance was sent to the scene.

However as they approached the man, he woke up.

A North East Ambulance Service spokesperson said that the man did not require any medical treatment, and no further action was taken.

 

Two people and their pet chihuahua had to be rescued from cliffs after getting cut off by the tide.

Staithes Coastguard were notified by Humber Coastguard Operations Centre following an emergency call from someone who had got stuck near to Kettleness.

The incident happened on Friday at around 7pm.

Together with Whitby Coastguard Rescue team and a senior coastal operations officer the team set up a rope rescue and lowered a technician to the people to secure them before bringing them back up the cliff to safety.


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