A 68-year-old woman has been rescued after collapsing near Cockermouth.
It happened at Setmurthy Wood. She was treated by an ambulance paramedic at the scene. Cockermouth Mountaun Rescue Team was also called out and helped to transfer her to the ambulance.
Police and mountain rescue teams are trying to find a missing man in the Buttermere area.
A major search is underway, and it's thought the man hasn't been seen since Wednesday.
Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team were called to help a 74-year-old man at Wind Gap, in Ennerdale.
The man had a head injury and was being treated by a passing doctor.
When the team arrived they lowered him on a stretcher into Wind Gap Cove, and he was then transferred by S92 Helicopter to hospital in Barrow-in-Furness.
It's only the second time the team has worked with the new S92 Coastguard helicopter.
Mountain rescue teams were called yesterday to help find a missing paraglider in the Buttermere area. Sadly a body was recovered on Fleetwith Pike at 5am.
The paraglider is thought be a 38 year-old man from Milliom in west Cumbria.
Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team rescued a 30-year-old mountain biker at around 2pm today.
The woman had fallen from her bike and suffered chest and shoulder injuries.
It happened at Setmurthy Wood, near Cockermouth.
The team treated the casualty, and then moved her to a nearby field, where she was airlifted to the Cumberland Infirmary.
Fifteen team members attended, and the call out lasted around two hours.
A 24-year-old woman has died after falling from Haystacks in the Lake District.
Cumbria Police and Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team were called to reports that a woman had fallen at 4pm on Wednesday 1st July.
An RAF Sea King helicopter and an air ambulance attended to assist in the rescue.
The woman was flown to the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle where she was pronounced dead after she sustained fatal head injuries.
She has been named as as Victoria Harris, aged 24, from the Manchester area.
During the same incident another woman was also winched to safety by the RAF helicopter but was uninjured.
Almost thirty members of Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team were called to help a dog lost on Haystacks, in the Lake District.
The dog was reported as being injured, and stuck on a ledge, but when they arrived the team members found it was not injured, and was loose on the fell.
Twenty-nine members of the team were called out at around 7:20pm, on 20 April, and the dog was successfully rescued and reunited with its owner.
A woman has been airlifted to hospital, after sustaining a serious ankle injury near Buttermere.
The 53-year-old, from Doncaster, slipped while walking on the Scale Beck footpath.
Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team was called, and the Great North Air Ambulance was able to drop a paramedic near by.
After the woman's injury was treated she was carried on a stretcher to a Royal Navy Seaking Helicopter, and airlifted to hospital in Carlisle.
Two fell walkers had to be rescued by Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team yesterday after becoming disorientated in thick cloud.
The two people from Hull were walking along the Red Pike Hugh Stile ridge.
Members of the Mountain Rescue Team located them just off the summit of the High Stile and walked them to the safety of Buttermere Village.