Zetland FM Local News - 23rd June 2023
Police are appealing for witnesses after a cyclist was seriously injured in a collision in Lazenby;
One person has been taken to hospital following an alleged assault outside a Teesside school;
...and it's Armed Forces Day in Redcar this weekend, and this year's is set to be the loudest one yet!
Police are appealing for witnesses after a cyclist was seriously injured in a collision in Lazenby.
The incident happened at around 4:20pm on Wednesday at Lazenby near to the Wilton exit on the A174.
A male pedal cyclist, aged 23, was involved in a collision with a Skoda Citigo, and was taken to hospital with serious head injuries.
He remains at James Cook University Hospital in a critical condition.
Any witnesses to the collision are asked to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.
One person has been taken to hospital following an alleged assault outside a Teesside school.
A police cordon was erected near Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School, on Cargo Fleet Lane, on Thursday.
Police and ambulance crews, including an air ambulance, were in attendance, with the North East Ambulance Service saying it was called to a "person injured."
The air ambulance landed on the field of the Cargo Fleet Lane school just after twenty past three, with ambulance service taking one person to hospital for further treatment.
The condition of the person involved is currently unknown.
It's Armed Forces Day in Redcar this weekend, and this year's is set to be the loudest one yet!
Taking place tomorrow on Redcar High Street, the day will officially open at 10.15am with a parade of military personnel, both past and present.
There is a whole day of activities taking place, including the North-East based re-enactment group Whizz Bangs and Sounds of the Battlefield who will be carrying out the firing demonstration covering the British and American World War II era.
There will also be numerous static displays of weapons and military vehicles.
The event, which concludes at 4pm, is organised by Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council in partnership with Royal British Legion Redcar Branch and Rotary Club.