Zetland FM Local News - 22nd January 2022
Four Polish men and a Polish woman have gone on trial accused of murdering dad Tomasz Dembler;
The air ambulance was called to Guisborough yesterday morning after reports of a 'medical incident';
...and Saltburn is the location for the next covid 19 vaccination clinic.
Four Polish men and a Polish woman have gone on trial accused of murdering dad Tomasz Dembler.
Mr Dembler's body was found in woodland near to Flatts Lane at Normanby, on April 12 the last year.
Investigators believe the 39-year-old could have died any time from mid-March up until the time his body was discovered by two members of the public.
The five defendants stand accused of Mr Dembler's murder at Teesside Crown Court.
They all pleaded not guilty at a hearing on January 12th and the trial is ongoing.
The air ambulance was called to Guisborough yesterday morning after reports of a 'medical incident'.
The helicopter from the Great North Air Ambulance Service landed near to the Springwood Surgery, on Rectory Lane at around 9.15 yesterday morning.
The condition of those involved in the incident is not yet known.
Saltburn is the location for the next covid 19 vaccination clinic.
With the steep rise in infection rates seen over the festive period, many people have been unable to get their Covid jabs or boosters.
However, anyone hit by the virus who had a positive test result or developed symptoms between Christmas Day and 27 December, is now free to get their jab - and can do so on Monday at Saltburn Cricket Club – whether that's a first or second dose, or a booster injection.
People with a positive result who tested positive between Christmas and New Year or at the start of January can attend a clinic at Redcar & Cleveland College this coming Friday 28th or Monday 31 January.
No appointments are necessary and these clinics are not just for those recently affected by Covid.
All who need a jab or booster are encouraged to attend.