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A police investigation has been launched after man suffered significant injuries in Redcar; 

Police are appealing for witnesses to contact them after a collision in Redcar;

...and tributes have been paid to a Redcar woman was involved with D-day, and who gave almost 50 years of service to the Redcar Lifeboat.

 

A police investigation has been launched after man suffered significant injuries in Redcar.

The 34-year-old man  was taken to James Cook University Hospital with significant injuries around 9:30am on Tuesday. 

He remains in hospital in a ‘critical but stable’ condition.

As part of their investigation, officers have carried out enquiries at flats on Station Road in Redcar, and are appealling to anyone who may have seen or heard anything in this area on the morning of Tuesday 28th July which could be of assistance to their investigation.

As part of their enquiries, two men aged 33 and 45 were arrested on suspicion of section 18 assault.

Both men have now been released under investigation whilst enquiries continue.

Anyone who may have information regarding the incident asked to contact Redcar & Cleveland CID on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Police are appealing for witnesses to contact them after a collision in Redcar.

The incident happened on Tuesday evening at around 6:20pm outside Low Farm Drive.

A white Volkswagen Golf collided with a 55-year-old female cyclist and did not stop at the scene.

The woman suffered a laceration to her forehead and a broken leg and was taken to James Cook University Hospital, where she remains whilst receiving treatment.

Officers believe that the new shape Volkswagen Golf will have frontal damage and a missing passenger side wing mirror.

Anyone who may see the damaged car, or any witnesses or anyone with dash cam footage who may be able to assist the investigation, is asked to contact police on the non-emergency number 101

 

Tributes have been paid to a Redcar woman was involved with D-day, and who gave almost 50 years of service to the Redcar Lifeboat.

97 year old Joyce Dowding died yesterday after a sudden illness.

Joyce, who lived in Redcar all her life, first become involved with the RNLI nearly 50 years ago when she joined the Ladies Lifeboat Guild.


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