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Almost 500 new coronavirus cases have been recorded on Teesside, with sharp rises in Stockton, Middlesbrough and Redcar;

Two people had to be rescued by the Redcar lifeboats on Tuesday after they became cut off by the incoming tide;

...and a five-year-old boy is being treated for injuries after a road accident in Middlesbrough.

 

Almost 500 new coronavirus cases have been recorded on Teesside, with sharp rises in Stockton, Middlesbrough and Redcar.

The total figure recorded yesterday is almost double the number reported on Monday when there were 204.

Stockton saw an increase of 172 new cases, just short of Tuesday's rise of 184.

In Middlesbrough there were 131 new cases, whilst here in Redcar and Cleveland there was a spike in new cases from 71 recorded on Tuesday to 133 yesterday.

 

Two people had to be rescued by the Redcar lifeboats on Tuesday after they became cut off by the incoming tide.

The Redcar RNLI inshore lifeboat launched just before 3pm.

Its crew found the two adults, a man and a pregnant woman, knee-deep in water approximately 50 metres from the shoreline on West Scar rocks.

They were brought ashore in the lifeboat unharmed.

 

A five-year-old boy is being treated for injuries after a road accident in Middlesbrough.

The incident happened on Marshall Avenue in the Brambles Farm area of the town around 2pm on Wednesday afternoon.

Cleveland Police confirmed a collision had taken place involving a child, who was taken to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough.

The extent of the boy's injuries is not yet known.


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