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65 more cases of Covid-19 have been recorded across Teesside, according to the latest 24 hour figures;

Police and members of the coastguard were called to attend a couple and child who had set up camp on a dangerous cliff edge in our area;

...and two people had to be taken to hospital after a vehicle smashed into a fence and overturned.

 

65 more cases of Covid-19 have been recorded across Teesside, according to the latest 24 hour figures.

The largest number of new cases were discovered in Middlesbrough, where there have been 24 new cases, whilst in Stockton there were a further 18 positive tests.

Here in Redcar and Cleveland there were a further 11 new confirmed cases.

 

Police and members of the coastguard were called to attend a couple and child who had set up camp on a dangerous cliff edge in our area.

They were found in a tent in an area known for landslips along the Cleveland Way on Saturday.

Coastguard rescue officers from Staithes and Whitby were sent to the scene and gave safety advice due to the dangerous location of the tent.

Police were also called because the family had breached Covid rules by travelling there.

The advice from the coastguard is that members of the public who are walking the Cleveland Way should ensure that they stay on the designated footpaths.

 

Two people had to be taken to hospital after a vehicle smashed into a fence and overturned.

The crash occurred on Cargo Fleet Lane in Middlesbrough at twenty past five yesterday morning.

Two paramedic ambulances and a doctor in a rapid response car attended the scene of the collision.

The ambulance service transported two patients to James Cook University Hospital in the town.

A spokesperson for the North East Ambulance Service said: "We got a call at 20 past five this morning.


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