Zetland FM Local News - 30th June 2022
Police were called to an incident involving knives in Middlesbrough yesterday evening;
The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been called into action;
...and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council have announced that Cat Nab car park in Saltburn will be closed for five days next week as improvement works near completion.
Police were called to an incident involving knives in Middlesbrough yesterday evening.
Officers received a report of males in possession of bladed weapons on Kenmore Road in the town at around 6:15pm yesterday evening.
Police were on scene quickly and a man received treatment at hospital for a dog bite.
A man and woman aged in their thirties and a 17-year-old boy have been arrested in connection with the incident and they were taken into police custody.
Enquiries are ongoing to identify and locate others believed to have been involved.
Anyone with information is asked to call Middlesbrough CID on the non-emergency number 101.
The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been called into action.
On Tuesday the team were deployed for much of the day in the Helmsley area supporting North Yorkshire Police in a search for a woman who is missing from the town.
Also on Tuesday, the team were alerted to an injury to a farmer, caused by a horse, on land north of Helmsley.
One of the team's rescue Land Rovers with a crew of four including a Team doctor was dispatched to the scene and commenced assessment and treatment of the injured man.
A short-while later a Yorkshire Air Ambulance landed and after further medical attention the casualty was loaded into the helicopter and flown to hospital for treatment.
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council have announced that Cat Nab car park in Saltburn will be closed for five days next week as improvement works near completion.
The closure begins this coming Monday, the 4th of July to allow for resurfacing and line marking.
The car park is scheduled to re-open to the public in time for the weekend.
To facilitate the works, traffic lights will be in place intermittently.
This work is one of the first phases of the Saltburn Parking Scheme, which has been developed to improve parking across the town and to help manage congestion and traffic during events and the busy tourist season.
Overall, the scheme will see 230 extra spaces to be created across the seafront.