A driver, who was trapped in their car following an accident, had to be cut free by Humberside Fire & Rescue Service. A statement issued by Humberside Fire & Rescue said “The single vehicle collision happened on Grindale Lane, near Bridlington, at just after 5am on the 22nd of May. The vehicle was stabilised by fire crews using chocks, wedges and mechanical arms. The trapped driver was released using hydraulic spreaders and manually lifted from the car onto a patient board and into a waiting ambulance. A passenger in the vehicle had managed to free themselves before the arrival of the fire crews.” Both casualties were taken to hospital. No further information is available.
Preparation work has already begun on a road and path improvement scheme worth £270,000 in Marshall Avenue, Bridlington. East Riding of Yorkshire Council is due to start the major part