A man is still fighting for his life five days on from a one-car crash that also claimed the life of a 'much loved' dad.

The incident took place on Friday (June 30) evening, on Middlesbrough Road in Guisborough, when a BMW was involved in a single-vehicle collision, with 37-year-old dad Kellam Hodgson pronounced dead at the scene.

The other man involved in the crash, aged 35, was rushed to James Cook University Hospital in a critical condition, where Cleveland Police have confirmed that he remains in a critical condition.

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In a statement released by police at the weekend, Kellam's grieving family called him a "much-loved son, husband, father, brother, uncle, and friend" and asked for privacy at this time.

The road was closed off in both directions by police, with the ambulance service requesting air ambulance support and sending two ambulance crews, a clinical team leader, a duty officer, and the medical to the scene.

On Sunday, a spokesperson for Cleveland Police said: "Police are appealing for witnesses and dash cam footage after a man sadly died following a collision in Guisborough. Officers were called to a single-vehicle collision involving a BMW 5-series at around 8.10pm on Friday 30th June 2023 on Middlesbrough Road, Guisborough.

"Sadly, 37-year-old Kellam Hodgson was pronounced dead at the scene. Kellam’s grieving family have today paid tribute to him and has asked for privacy during this extremely difficult time. His family said: 'Kellam was a much-loved son, husband, father, brother, uncle and friend.'

"Another man, aged 35, was taken to James Cook University Hospital where he remains in a critical condition. Officers are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the collision or have dash cam footage of the incident to get in touch with the police.

"Anyone with information is asked to contact Cleveland Police Specialist Operations Unit on the non-emergency number 101, quoting incident number CVP-23-128209. Footage can be uploaded here."