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Police are appealing for witnesses and CCTV footage after a man was assaulted in Carlin How;

A motorcyclist and a pillion passenger have suffered severe leg injuries after a collision with a car near Guisborough.

...and officers are appealing for parents to stress the importance of road safety to their children after a recent spate of youngsters alarming drivers by running out into busy roads around Marske.

 

Police are appealing for witnesses and CCTV footage after a man was assaulted in Carlin How.
The incident left the 28-year-old victim with serious facial injuries including two fractured eye sockets and a bleed behind one eye.
The incident happened around 8:25pm on Sunday in the alley to the rear of Coronation Street and Queen Street in Carlin How.
The victim was approached by a man and is believed to have been punched and kicked, leaving him in need of medical treatment.
He was taken to James Cook University Hospital.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


A motorcyclist and a pillion passenger have suffered severe leg injuries after a collision with a car near Guisborough.
The busy A171 Guisborough bypass was closed in both directions just after 1pm yesterday.
Emergency services including police and ambulance were called to the scene between the A173 Church Lane at the cemetery roundabout and Middlesbrough Road.
The Great North Air Ambulance also attended.
Two people from the motorcycle were taken to James Cook University Hospital.


Officers are appealing for parents to stress the importance of road safety to their children after a recent spate of youngsters alarming drivers by running out into busy roads around Marske.
Police say that the youngsters, who are believed to be 10-16 years old, are putting themselves in harm’s way, alarming motorists and could cause a serious accident by engaging in what appears to be a very dangerous game.
Incidents have been witnessed in the past few days on Longbeck Lane, Marske High Street and the New Marske roundabout on the A174.


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