Zetland FM Local News - 2nd October 2021
Police are investigating two separate incidents of indecent exposure, which both took place in our area;
Three drivers were lucky to escape without injury following a collision in Redcar;
...and help with heating at home is on hand as Cleveland Fire Brigade’s annual Stay Safe and Warm campaign starts up again.
Police are investigating two separate incidents of indecent exposure, which both took place in our area.
On Monday, a man exposed himself to a woman and a teenage girl as they walked along the beach at Marske towards Saltburn at around 6.20pm.
He was in the sand dunes in the vicinity of the car park closest to Cliff House and walked away towards the Coast Road.
The second incident happened on Mersey Road in the town at around 3.15pm on Wednesday.
A man on a pedal cycle followed a woman and two children as they walked in the direction of Corporation Road.
He followed them for around 100 metres from Roseberry Road, before stopping at the junction of Waveney Road and Mersey Road and exposing himself.
Cleveland Police is investigating any link between the two incidents.
The force has urged anyone with CCTV or dash cam footage to contact them on the non-emergency number 101.
Three drivers were lucky to escape without injury following a collision in Redcar.
A Vauxhall Astra, a Nissan Juke and a Honda Civic collided on Corporation Road on Thursday afternoon.
Police and an ambulance were sent to the crash just after 3.30pm.
When officers arrived at the scene, there were no confirmed injuries and the ambulance was not needed.
All three vehicles were recovered from the road.
Help with heating at home is on hand as Cleveland Fire Brigade’s annual Stay Safe and Warm campaign starts up again.
The campaign, which has now been running for 13 years, runs from October until the end of March next year.
The campaign provides a free home assessment and if required there is an option to borrow heaters and other equipment such as thermal blankets or flasks.
The Brigade can also direct residents to advice on managing fuel bills and signpost to where funding is available.
Last year over 700 residents received help and nearly 400 electric heaters were loaned out.