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The latest official figures have confirmed that the number of coronavirus cases across Teesside has increased by more than 20 in a day - with our area showing the biggest rise;

Police are appealing for information following reports of an incident in Middlesbrough where two men suffered stab injuries;

...and motorists are now able to use the 'throughabout' on the A66 which opened yesterday.

 

The latest official figures have confirmed that the number of coronavirus cases across Teesside has increased by more than 20 in a day - with our area showing the biggest rise.

An update released yesterday by Public Health England shows the total number of Covid-19 cases across Teesside since the start of the pandemic now stands at 3,508.

Redcar and Cleveland has seen the biggest rise in the latest figures, with the total up by 10 to 742.

The latest localised breakdown shows a spike in Redcar East, which has seen seven new cases in the week to August 26.

 

Police are appealing for information following reports of an incident in Middlesbrough where two men suffered stab injuries.

The incident was near to Soprano's on Wilson Street in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Two teenage males suffered stab injuries and one of the males is hospitalised.

A 19-year-old man and a 29-year-old man have been arrested in connection with the incident.

Detectives are appealing for witnesses to the incident and to drivers who were in the area at the time and may have dash cam footage.

Anyone who can assist is asked to call police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

Motorists are now able to use the 'throughabout' on the A66 which opened yesterday.

The throughabout, which cost four million pounds to construct, features a signalised roundabout with two lanes of traffic, in each direction, running through the middle of it - at the junction of the A66 and the A171 Cargo Fleet Lane.

The project also includes the introduction of a signal-controlled crossroads at the junction of Cargo Fleet Lane and South Bank Road, and 'high mast' lighting on the section of the A66 between the Middlehaven Interchange and the Cargo Fleet junction.


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