Pedestrian dies after Teesside car crash

A pedestrian has died after two cars collided on Teesside.

The incident happened early on Saturday morning, on Urlay Nook Road in Eaglescliffe.

Victim, 41-year-old Neil Keith McClure from the Hartburn area of Stockton, suffered head injuries and was taken to the University Hospital of North Tees.

Cleveland Police said he died earlier. The drivers of the two cars were unhurt in the crash, which happened at about 03:00 GMT.

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