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Another 353 coronavirus cases have been confirmed on Teesside, according to the latest Government figures;

Three police officers have been praised for racing into the North Sea to help a woman in distress off the Redcar coast;

...and Police have arrested two people in connection with an incident in which two police officers were reportedly assaulted.

 

Another 353 coronavirus cases have been confirmed on Teesside, according to the latest Government figures.

Stockton continues to be the worst affected authority area, with the highest daily surge of 104 fresh infections.

In Middlesbrough there were a further 98 confirmed cases, whilst here in Redcar and Cleveland there were a further 100.

 

Three police officers have been praised for racing into the North Sea to help a woman in distress off the Redcar coast.

Cleveland Police were contacted just before 11.20pm on Monday night by a member of the public reporting a woman in distress was in the sea at Redcar.

Three officers entered the water and helped the woman safely back to shore where she was checked.

She was then taken by the officers to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough as she was suffering from hypothermia.

 

Police have arrested two people in connection with an incident in which two police officers were reportedly assaulted.

The incident occurred on Cass House Road in Hemlington at around 1am last Friday.

A man aged 30 has been arrested on suspicion of two counts of assault by beating an emergency worker and for participating in a gathering of two or more people in a public outdoor place in a tier 3 area.

A woman aged 32 has been arrested on suspicion of assault by beating an emergency worker and participating in a gathering of two or more people in a public outdoor place in a tier 3 area.

Both officers suffered minor injuries.

The two people arrested were taken into custody whilst enquiries continue.

Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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