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A man has been taken to hospital after a reports of a shooting in Hemlington;

The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been called into action in our area to assist an injured teenager;

...and a two-week long police campaign began yesterday in an attempt to raise an important safety issue on the roads of Teesside.

 

A man has been taken to hospital after a reports of a shooting in Hemlington.

A police investigation is under way after the man was injured in an the alleged attack in Hemlington on Monday evening.

Several roads in the area have been closed as part of the police investigation, which is focused on a small cul-de-sac known as Arrandale.

Cleveland Police have confirmed an investigation into a suspected firearms incident is ongoing and witnesses at the scene said a man had been badly injured.

The North East Ambulance Service has confirmed that a man has been taken to James Cook University Hospital following the incident.

 

The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been called into action in our area to assist an injured teenager.

On Friday evening the team were called to assist ambulance crews with a 15-year-old boy who was reportedly unconscious in Errington Woods near to New Marske.

Team members walked to the scene whilst a Team Land Rover was driven there with rescue equipment.

Upon arrival the teenager, who was one of a large group of young people in the area, was being treated by paramedics.

The team members then assisted with the supply of additional medical equipment until he was ready to be wrapped in a casualty bag. He was then lifted onto our rescue stretcher and was carried for approximately 800-metres to the waiting ambulance.

 

A two-week long police campaign began yesterday in an attempt to raise an important safety issue on the roads of Teesside.

Zetland FM's Stuart Clarkson reported;

"Cleveland and Durham police will be patrolling the roads from Monday to raise awareness of the importance of wearing a seatbelt.

"As part of their daily patrols officers will particularly focus on drivers and their passengers who are not wearing seatbelts.

"The aim of the campaign is to educate people on the dangers of ignoring the law, and where police think it appropriate, they will take enforcement action.

"Failure to wear a seatbelt carries a fine of £100 - and if prosecuted, the maximum fine could be anything up to £500."


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