The family of a man who died in an incident involving a forklift, at a scrapyard in Carlisle, have paid tribute to him.
Paul Spence, 64, was a customer at Michael Douglas Auto Salvage Ltd, when he became trapped by a piece of machinery.
He was treated by North West Ambulance Service and the air ambulance, but died at the scene.
His family said the garage-owner was a "family man" who was "renowned for his cheeky smile and wicked sense of humour."
Cumbria Constabulary and the Health and Safety Executive are investigating his death.