Four people have been arrested after a man suffered serious injuries following a street fight on Freeman Street.
Humberside Police were called to the street in Grimsby’s East Marsh, at the junction of Albert Street West, after receiving reports of a violent altercation taking place in the street involving at least two men.
Humberside police started they were called to an incident on Freeman street on the 2nd of October 2019
A man has sustained lacerations during the incident where criminal damage was caused to a convenience store on Freeman Street.
“Four people have been arrested in connection with the incident and a man remains in hospital.
“We are appealing for witnesses to the incident and would ask for anyone who saw anything that would help with our investigation to call us on our non-emergency number 101 quoting log 665 02/10/19.”
Police and East midlands Ambulance service were called last night to Cobden street Grimsby .
Police were called out last night to what’s believed to have been some sort of assault which took place on or around Cobden street,the small side street that leads you to Asda off Freeman st.
Its believed it happened around 10.30pm when police received the call.
The ambulance service were dealing with the person in the back of the ambulance who was believed to have been assaulted.
The police cordoned off both ways to Coben st and some neighbouring shops on Freeman st have also been cordoned off while police examine the area. Police could be seen looking on the pavement outside buisnesses on Freeman st aswell as Cobden Street.
The ambulance eventually left the scene and set off to the hospital for more treatment to the victim.
Police remain on the scene while more investigations are carried out.
A new video from St. John Ambulance teaches parents how to perform CPR on an infant.
If your baby stopped breathing, would you know how to perform infant CPR? The scary reality is that about a quarter of parents wouldn’t, and that’s why the UK charity St. John Ambulance put together an easy how-to in the form of a musical video.
The video features characters like Humpty Dumpty and Jack and Jill, along with a catchy song about performing CPR that reminds us what steps to take and how long to carry out each action. First, of course, you should call an ambulance. If you’re alone, the video advises that you should do one minute of CPR before calling, then continue as soon as help is on the way. To know how to perform CPR, you just follow the steps in the song:
You first place the infant on a flat surface and tilt their head back. You cover their mouth and nose with your mouth, then give five small puffs of air, each lasting about one second. Next, use two fingers in the center of their chest to pump 30 times at a rate of 100 to 120 pumps per minute. After that, you repeat the sequence with two puffs and 30 pumps until help arrives.
Sue Killen, the chief executive of St. John Ambulance, tells iTV her organization created the video after a survey they conducted showed one in four parents don’t know how to perform CPR on an infant. “We know that a major barrier to parents learning is that baby CPR frightens them,” she said, “so we’ve removed the fear factor and made it reassuring and as easy as possible to learn.” She adds that she hopes the video will be shared widely with every parent, grandparent, and caregiver so they’ll know what to do in an emergency.
This isn’t the first time St. John Ambulance have put a memorable spin on incredibly important information. Last year, they released a video called The Chokeablesthat used animated small objects to teach parents the correct technique to help a choking child. The video ended up being watched almost seven million times and, according to iTV, it’s credited with saving the lives of at least 46 children throughout the UK.
No parent enjoys the thought of having to perform emergency life-saving procedures on their children, but thanks to videos like this it’s easy to prepare so you won’t panic in the event that something ever does go wrong. As intimidating and awful as it may be to think about these potential catastrophes, it’s comforting to know there are things we can do in the moment to save our kids’ lives.
If you missed last year’s choking video, you can watch it right here:
The four got stranded behind Cleethorpes leisure centre.
Four youths were rescued tonight after becoming stranded in mud and cut off by the tide on a sandbank.
Four youths were rescued earlier tonight after becoming cut off by the tide.
The Emergency services were called around 7.45pm after the youths rang the Coastguard to say they were trapped and cut off.
Three were cut off on a sandbank and one was stuck in the mud.
All rescue services were on scene RNLI Cleethorpes, HM Coastguard, Hull Coastguard Rescue team and HM Coastguard Donna Nook Rescue Team,Humberside Police and East Midlands Ambulance Service to deal with the rescue.
RNLI recovered the person stuck in the mud first and brought them ashore for medical attention and then went back to recover the other three who were cut off.
All four youths were handed over to the care of the East Midlands Ambulance Service for treatment and assessment.
The ambulance left around 8.40pm with we believe two females still being assessed on the way to hospital.
This was a multi agency incident dealt with by all of the above services.
RNLI and HM Coastguard stated:
Our beach is always changing and its really easy to be caught out, Whether you’re local or a visitor to the area.
If you do find yourself in trouble, Call 999 and ask for the Coastguard. That’s what this group of youths did this evening, Which greatly aided their successful rescue.
This is another brilliant rescue operation from all the emergency services once again and they should be praised for all the risks they take.