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Emergency services were in attendance after the body of a man was found at the foot of Huntcliff at Saltburn yesterday;

Police have removed another vehicle from the road as part of Operation Phoenix at the weekend;

...and the volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were called into action at the weekend.

 

Emergency services were in attendance after the body of a man was found at the foot of Huntcliff at Saltburn yesterday.

The body was spotted by passersby and reported to emergency services at around 1.30pm.

Police, Coastguard and RNLI crews attended the incident and the death is not being treated as suspicious.

Police say that efforts are being made to contact the man's family.

The death is not being treated as suspicious and will be passed to the Coroner.

 

Police have removed another vehicle from the road as part of Operation Phoenix at the weekend.

A red Ford Focus was seized by Redcar Town Neighbourhood Police Officers in Dormanstown after being seen to be driven carelessly. 

The driver made-off from police, before the car was found dumped and left insecure.

The vehicle was recovered on a low loader and removed to a place of safety.

 

The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were called into action at the weekend.

The team were contacted by North Yorkshire Police shortly after midday yesterday with a report of a woman having sustained a serious injury on a track at Barker's Ridge, about 2-miles south of Lordstones Cafe and Carlton Bank.

One of the friends accompanying her had informed the police that the injured woman was unable to move.

On arrival team members found that the casualty had broken her arm, was in significant pain and unable to move.

Once the casualty had been stabilised and provided with pain relief she was lifted onto a mountain rescue stretcher and wrapped in a vacuum mattress to hold her steady.

She was then transferred by Land Rover ambulance into the care of paramedics and was then taken to hospital.


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