Name of alleged disqualified driver charged after Kirklevington crash which left biker in hospital

An alleged disqualified driver is set to appear in court after a multi-vehicle crash in Kirklevington.

Mohammed Ubaid is charged with driving without due care and attention, driving whilst disqualified and driving with no insurance. The 38-year-old is due to appear at Teesside Magistrates’ Court on Thursday following the collision on April 8.

It is alleged that Ubaid, of Harewood Street in Bradford, drove a Citroen Relay Van on the A67 Forest Lane in Kirklevington.

As previously reported, police closed the busy A67 between Yarm[1] and Kirklevington after several vehicles collided[2] near the Forest Lane junction around 3pm. Pictures from the scene showed a string of police cars parked outside The Crown Hotel pub, while another police car was positioned at the roundabout where the A67 meets Green Lane.

Cleveland Police[3] confirmed that a 56-year-old motorcyclist was taken to hospital after the smash, and released after treatment. A North East Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We were called just after 3pm to a road traffic collision on the A67 at Kirklevington. We dispatched one vehicle from our Hazardous Area Response Team, a clinical team leader and a double crewed ambulance. One patient was taken to James Cook Hospital.”

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