Update to Laceby road incident. Staff Anaesthetist charged

Police at Lincs pain clinic Laceby rd Grimsby

Local staff Anaesthetist charged with administering a noxious substance and assault causing previous bodily harm

A respected staff Anaesthetist has been charged with administering noxious substance after woman was taken to hospital in what police described as the an unresponsive and serious condition.


Humberside Police confirmed that Hossam Metwally, 58, will appear in court, charged with assault causing grievous bodily harm and administering a noxious substance.

Police outside Lincs pain clinic. Picture: © Cleethorpes News 24


Dr. Metwally is a Staff Anaesthetist and Chronic Pain Specialist in North East Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Trust and a director of Lincs Pain Clinic on Laceby Road.


A number of officers attended a property on Laceby Road in Grimsby on Saturday after the woman was taken to hospital on Friday.


Police were alerted by hospital staff, who were concerned for the safety of the woman. She was described as being in a critical but stable condition in hospital.

Police are still at the clinic this afternoon.

Three people taken to hospital after house fire on the Willows Estate

Emergency services were called out to a serious house fire on Byland Grove in Grimsby in the early hours of this morning

The house on Byland Grove early this morning : Picture : Cleethorpes News 24

The fire services were called out this morning around 1.50am to deal with a fire that had broken out at a house on Byland Grove Grimsby.

Neighbouring houses had to be evacuated as the emergency services brought the fire under control.

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Neighbours were told to evacuate their properties and described how the fire could be seen coming out of the roof of the building and its windows.

It is understood that a man, two teenagers and a child were in the house at the time of the fire, with one of the teenagers said to have suffered a suspected broken leg after jumping from a bedroom window.

A Humberside fire service spokesperson said: “We received a call at around 1.50am this morning reporting a house fire on Byland Grove.

“We sent three appliances to the scene, where firefighters quickly brought the blaze under control.

“This is still an ongoing incident and our fire investigation officers remain at the scene as they try to establish the cause of the fire.”

Neighbours in the grove were amazed how quickly the fire service brought the blaze under control and out the fire out.

Fire Service investigation teams remain at the property.

Man charged with administering noxious substance to a woman

Humberside Police have confirmed that Hossam Metwally, 58, will appear at Grimsby Magistrates’ Court

Police vehicles at the scene of the incident. : © Cleethorpes News 24

A man has been charged with administering a noxious substance after an woman was admitted to hospital in an “unresponsive and serious” condition.

CSI at the scene

Police have this morning confirmed that Hossam Metwally, 58, is due to appear in court, charged with assault causing grievous bodily harm and administering a noxious substance.

A force statement released this morning said: “Hossam Metwally, aged 58, of Grimsby, is remanded to appear before Grimsby and Cleethorpes Magistrates’ Court on Monday, July 8, charged with assault causing grievous bodily harm (GBH) and administering a noxious substance.”

Humberside Police officers are investigating after receiving a call from staff at the Diana Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby on Friday night, who were concerned about the safety of a woman who had been admitted in an “unresponsive condition”.

Hossam Metwally, aged 58 appears at court in the morning.

Update as Police and CSI attends property on Laceby Rd Grimsby a local man is in police custody

Police car on the driveway at a property on Laceby rd CSI have been seen entering the property. Omn is serious condition following an incident on Friday night.

CSI entering the property on Laceby Road. : Picture : © Cleethorpes News 24

Police and a CSI investigator have been at property on Laceby rd Grimsby this afternoon dealing with an incident.

CSI vehicle at the scene: Picture : © Cleethorpes News 24

A man has been arrested after a woman was taken to hospital in an “unresponsive and serious” condition.

Humberside Police officers are investigating after receiving a call from staff at the Diana Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby on Friday night, who were concerned about the safety of a woman who had been admitted in an “unresponsive condition”.

Detective Chief Inspector Phil Gadd, of Humberside Police, said: “We are investigating an incident following reports concerned for the safety of a woman admitted to Grimsby’s Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital on Friday, July 5.

The woman was taken to hospital by ambulance in an unresponsive and serious medical condition and she remains in a critical but stable condition.

We have arrested a local man in connection with the incident and he remains in our custody, assisting us with our enquiries.

Picture: © Cleethorpes News 24

Police and CSI attend incident on Laceby Rd Grimsby

Police car on the driveway at a property on Laceby rd CSI have been seen entering the property.

CSI entering the property on Laceby Road. : Picture : © Cleethorpes News 24

Police and a CSI investigator have been at property on Laceby rd Grimsby this afternoon dealing with an incident.

CSI vehicle at the scene: Picture : © Cleethorpes News 24

At this time we don’t know what the incident is, but officers have been there most of the afternoon and this evening.

A police vehicle can be seen on the driveway of the property with an officer in the vehicle.

Picture: © Cleethorpes News 24

A CSI investigator has been seen entering the property and leaving to get materials from the CSI vehicle.

We will update on the incident when more details are released.

Cleethorpes Lifeboat rescues two teenagers from sandbank

From lifeboat news.

Cleethorpes Lifeboat was called out by the coastguard at around 17:30 on Friday 5 July, to reports that two people were stranded on a sandbank in the resort with a fast-rising tide

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North East Lincolnshire’s Beach Safety team had seen them on their safety cameras when the two people stood up, as they were on the seaward side of the sandbank and couldn’t be seen from shore before then. By the time they were seen, the bank was already well cut off by the incoming tide.

RNLI boat and crew : Picture: © Cleethorpes News 24

Coastguard Rescue Team and Beach Safety Officers attended on the shore to warn against trying to enter the water as currents in that area are dangerously strong.

When the lifeboat arrived, the crew found two local 13-year-old girls who had been enjoying a day on the beach, digging in the sand and popping seaweed, thinking they were on a part of the beach that was free of sandbanks.

RNLI talk to the rescued girls : Picture: © RNLI/ Matt McNally

The Lifeboat returned them to shore to warm up in the lifeboat station and await the arrival of relieved parents, who had been due to pick them up shortly afterwards. On the way back, the crew stopped on the beach to show the girls how quickly the bank had been covered by the tide and to give them advice on being safe in the future while still enjoying the beach.

One of the girls’ parents said: “I’m so relieved, I’ve always told her about the sandbanks but you never expect to get a call from the lifeboat station. I’m really grateful to all the crew, they do an amazing job.”

Helmsman Steve Burton said: “These girls were very lucky, the sandbank they were on was covered by water less than 20 minutes after we left, and they were very relieved and grateful.”

There are many sandbanks on Cleethorpes beach and it is recommended to return to the high water mark 5 hours before high tide. If you see someone in trouble, call 999 and ask for the Coastguard.


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Brilliant effort from WTF fitness gang to raise funds for beach cleaning filter machine .

They started early morning and were finishing the flip around 11.30am

Some of WTF flipping the large tyre on the promenade this morning: picture: © Cleethorpes News 24

Walkers total fitness group have been flipping a large tyre down the Cleethorpes promenade to Cleethorpes Leisure Centre this morning.

They are trying to raise funds to get a beach clean filter machine, which is around £4000.00 to buy.

They are also raising funds for other local charities as well.

The rain early this morning hasn’t put them off, Never usually does when Paul Walker is involved.

More details about the amount raised will follow when we have been informed.

Well done WTF 👌👏👏👏

Heneage Rd incident update 59yr man still in custody

59yr male still in custody helping with enquiries.

Armed officer guards car with detained in: Picture: © Cleethorpes News 24

A 59-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of possession of a firearm with intent following an incident in Heneage Road #Grimsby, last night.


We were called at 7.30pm following reports of a man with what was believed to be a small black hand gun.


Armed officers were quickly dispatched to the area and recovered a small Airsoft gun.

A man was arrested at the scene and remains in our custody, assisting us with our enquiries.


Supt Joanne Roe said: “I’d like to thank everyone who got in touch with us. We understand that incidents of this kind are concerning for the wider community.
“We were on the scene within minutes and quickly arrested a man suspected of being involved in the incident.


“We have officers in the area today for reassurance and I’d appeal to anyone who has any concerns to speak to us while we’re out and about.
“If you have information that will assist our investigation please let us know. If you’d rather not speak to our officers in the area, you can call us on our non-emergency 101 line or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.”

Armed police officers sealed off part of Heneage road Grimsby earlier after its believed a man was at a window pointing a gun at someone.

Man being put in to van to be takenaway: picture © Cleethorpes News 24

Armed officers went to a property were the male was thought be in and pointed their weapons at a male who was the entrance to the property. He was told to raise his hands above his head.

Police moved in and detained the male and took him to a police car.

Other officers were seen inside the property checking around before more armed police left the house.

The man was taken out of the police car and put in to the back of a police van and was driven away from the scene.

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