Zetland FM Local News - 7th July 2021
The volunteer crew of the Redcar RNLI lifeboat have been called into action in our area;
Two fire crews were called following reports of an explosion outside of a house in Middlesbrough;
...and Police have seized a motorbike which was being driven in anti-social manner in our area.
The volunteer crew of the Redcar RNLI lifeboat have been called into action in our area.
Just after 2.30 yesterday afternoon, both Redcar lifeboats were launched to search with the Staithes Lifeboat and coastguards after a report of person in the sea at Saltburn.
The lifeboats carried out a search of the area, however nothing was found and the lifeboats returned to the lifeboat station.
The public are reminded that if you see someone in trouble on the beach or the cliffs you should dial 999 and ask for the coastguard.
Two fire crews were called following reports of an explosion outside of a house in Middlesbrough.
Part of Kennthorpe in Nunthorpe was cordoned off yesterday morning while firefighters assessed the scene.
Crews from Coulby Newham Community Fire Station and Middlesbrough Community Fire Station attended at around quarter to nine yesterday morning to reports of a small explosion outside of a property from manhole cover.
A spokesperson for Cleveland Fire Brigade said there were no signs of a gas leak and left the scene after around half an hour.
A electricity board worker at the scene said there had been a cable fault due to heavy rain which had forced a water meter cover out of the ground.
Police have seized a motorbike which was being driven in anti-social manner in our area.
Officers say that in recent weeks there have been numerous reports of the silver moped being used in and around the Skelton area in an anti-social manner.
Yesterday officers who were out on patrol in the area once again observed the bike being ridden in a manner which was causing a nuisance and the bike was subsequently seized for having no insurance.
If you see anti-social behaviour in our area you should contact the police on the non-emergency number 101.