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There has been another steep rise in the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus on Teesside;

A cyclist has had to be taken to hospital after suffering multiple injuries in a serious crash in our area;

...and Police are appealing for information as they investigate reports of a caravan being set alight in Carlin How.

 

There has been another steep rise in the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus on Teesside.

A further 33 people have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number of new cases confirmed since Sunday to 114.

Middlesbrough continues to be the worse affected area with the highest amount of cases, recording a rise of 15 in the latest figures released by Public Health England.

In Redcar and Cleveland the total has increased by 6 to 766.

The total number of confirmed cases on Teesside now stands at 3,591.

 

A cyclist has had to be taken to hospital after suffering multiple injuries in a serious crash in our area.

The collision involved a pedal cyclist and Mercedes GLA at Longbeck roundabout at New Marske yesterday.

Emergency services were called to the scene at around 9.50am.

The male cyclist was taken to hospital but the extent of his injuries are unknown.

Cleveland Police have confirmed that their enquiries into the incident are ongoing.

 

Police are appealing for information as they investigate reports of a caravan being set alight in Carlin How.

The incident happened at around 7pm on Sunday when officers received reports of a caravan which was parked on land in Kilton Lane, being on fire.

No-one was injured in the blaze.

Anyone who has information which could assist the investigation is asked to contact police on the non-emergency number on 101.


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