Inquiries continue into Middlesbrough motorbike accident which left two children in hospital
Inquiries are continuing into a motorbike accident which saw two children taken to hospital.
Multiple emergency services attended Premier Road, Pallister Park, Middlesbrough on Wednesday April 6 following an accident around 5.25pm. A victim was airlifted to hospital in critical condition, and Cleveland police confirmed at the time that an 11-year-old child passenger suffered “serious injuries” and a six-year-old was both being treated in hospital.
The condition of the two children is still unclear, as police could not provide an update at this time. A Cleveland police spokeswoman said: “A 30-year-old man has been released on bail while investigations continue.”
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The crash involved a motorbike, pedal bike and vehicle parked in the Pallister Park area of Middlesbrough, and police cordoned off much of the road after the incident.
At the time, a North East Ambulance Service spokesperson confirmed a patient had been taken to Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle, saying: ‘We were called at 5.09pm to an incident on Premier Road in Middlesbrough involving a motorcycle.
“An off-duty clinical care assistant from NEAS was on scene and we dispatched another emergency ambulance team, officer and requested support from the Great North Air Ambulance Service.” A call for witnesses has since been launched by the police.
Following the incident, Cleveland police released a statement saying they were seeking to speak to a witness and asked people who had seen the collision and also had not spoken to police to call 101 quoting reference 056668.
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