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A driver has had to be taken to hospital and a section of the busy A19 closed following a multi-car smash;

Police have issued a dispersal order which covers a large part of North Ormesby;

...and Redcar & Cleveland Council has pledged its support to those who serve or have served in the Armed Forces, by re-signing the Armed Forces Covenant.

 

A driver has had to be taken to hospital and a section of the busy A19 closed following a multi-car smash.

Emergency services were called to the southbound carriageway close to the Thornaby and Acklam turn-off at around 11.40am yesterday.

Three of the cars involved ended up positioned on the grass verge while a fourth car was reported to facing the wrong way on the central reservation.

Three fire crews from Thornaby, Stockton and Middlesbrough attended the crash and firefighters worked to free one of the drivers involved who was trapped in a car.

 

Police have issued a dispersal order which covers a large part of North Ormesby.

The order has been put in place for 48 hours from 5pm yesterday on an area between the A66 and the Trunk Road in order to prevent antisocial behaviour and crime and gives the police the power to disperse large groups of youths from the area for a period of 48 hours.

Anyone who does not comply or returns to the area within 48 hours can be arrested.

If you have any information about criminal activity in your area please contact us on 101, Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org.

 

Redcar & Cleveland Council has pledged its support to those who serve or have served in the Armed Forces, by re-signing the Armed Forces Covenant.

The re-signing, designed to coincide with this years Armed Forces Week, was attended by Leader of the Council, Cllr Mary Lanigan and Armed Forces Champion for the Council, Cllr Bill Clarke.

It is a promise by the organisation to those who serve or have served, and their families, that they are treated with fairness and respect in their communities, economy and society for which they serve with their lives.

Redcar & Cleveland Council originally signed the Covenant in 2012 which means the local authority have committed to nearly a decade of support for employees who are reservists, veterans and their families.


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