An busy East Cleveland road had been shut by police yesterday evening after an accident between a car and a motorbike;

Police are appealing after a man in his 40s was reportedly assaulted outside a pub on Linthorpe Road;

...and a crash involving a suspected stolen car has led to a major road closure and traffic delays yesterday morning.

 

An busy East Cleveland road had been shut by police yesterday evening after an accident between a car and a motorbike.

The accident is believed to have happened at around 6pm yesterday evening and was described by Cleveland Police as 'serious'.

All emergency services, including the air ambulance, are believed to have attended the scene.

The extent of any injuries to those involved has not yet been confirmed.

 

Police are appealing after a man in his 40s was reportedly assaulted outside a pub on Linthorpe Road.

The incident occurred between 12.30am and 1am on Sunday outside the Red Lion pub.

Whilst outside the premises, a man who was with his partner, was allegedly assaulted by an unknown male, described as black, around 5 ft 6” tall of average build. He was wearing a black t-shirt and had black curly hair. 

The male in his 40s has suffered injuries to his rib and hand. 

Anyone who witnessed the incident or has information or CCTV footage which could assist officers is asked to call police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

A crash involving a suspected stolen car has led to a major road closure and traffic delays yesterday morning.

The eastbound carriageway of the A174 Parkway was closed from the A172 Stokesley Road to the A1053 Greystone Road following the incident which occured at around 8am yesterday.

Police said that a Mercedes crashed into a barrier and a number of police vehicles.

The car, which was believed to be stolen, was being pursued by officers after being identified following a report of a 2 in 1 burglary in the Redcar area.


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