Zetland FM Local News - 24th October 2022
Police have issued an appeal for information after a firearm incident in Middlesbrough;
A man was taken to hospital after a motorbike crash in Eston on Friday evening;
...and the volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were call into action into our area at the weekend.
Police have issued an appeal for information after a firearm incident in Middlesbrough.
Just before midday yesterday two men arrived on a quad bike at a property at Cotswold Avenue in the town, where a firearm was allegedly discharged which caused damage to a window.
The property concerned was occupied during the incident, including three children being present.
No injuries were reported.
Investigations by Cleveland Police are ongoing and anyone with any information is asked to call officers on the non-emergency number 101.
A man was taken to hospital after a motorbike crash in Eston on Friday evening.
The collision, which is believed to have taken place on Jubilee Road, occurred just before twenty past seven and involved a motorbike and a car.
A paramedic crew and a medi-car paramedic attended the scene.
One patient was taken to The James Cook University Hospital with a leg injury.
The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were call into action into our area at the weekend.
The team were contacted by North Yorkshire Police regarding a walker who had fallen and sustained a lower leg injury on a track between Captain Cook’s Monument and Great Ayton.
A Team Land Rover containing three members was sent to the scene whilst other members separately made their way to the rendezvous-point at Gribdale Gate carpark.
Once the first Team members reached the casualty his injury was assessed and his ankle was immobilised before he was carefully secured within a vacuum mattress and placed onto a mountain rescue stretcher.
Team members then carried him approximately 750-metres to the waiting ambulance for onward treatment at hospital.