A 72-year-old man sustained a foot injury after being struck by a lorry in north Cumbria this afternoon.
The Great North Air Ambulance helicopter was called to the incident at Kirkcambeck between Lanercost and Stapleton at around 3pm.
The casualty was treated at the scene before being transported by land ambulance to Carlisle's Cumberland Infirmary.
The Great North Air Ambulance Service said his injuries were not life-threatening.
A paraglider fractured his spine after falling four metres in a crash at Buttermere on Saturday.
The Great North Air Ambulance Service was called to the scene, where the the injured 37-year-old from Halifax had been taking part in an event.
He was immobilised by the GNAAS crew and was given pain relief before being flown to the Cumberland Infirmary, where he arrived in a stable condition.
The Great North Air Ambulance has opened its first fundraising office in Cumbria.
The Pride of Cumbria Air Ambulance has operated from its Langwathby base since 2004, but the new office in Penrith town centre will now serve as the hub for its fundraising in this county.
Around a dozen volunteers have already signed up, including retired joiner and lecturer Rod Bell, who was airlifted in 2009 after suffering a heart attack:
Two men are in critical condition, after a motorcycle collision in Grizedale Forest.
The Great North Air Ambulance Service was called to the accident, which happened when the off-road bikes collided at around 3pm on Sunday, 10 May.
Two aircraft arrived at the scene to treat the two male bikers, who are thought to have been in their twenties.
They had both suffered serious head injuries, and were anaesthetised and given blood.
One man was taken to Royal Preston Hospital. The second patient was flown to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough.
A man has been seriously injured after being hit by a golf buggy at Silloth Golf Club today.
The 74-year-old sustained head injuries when he was dragged under the golf cart.
He was airlifted to the Cumberland Infirmary by the Great North Air Ambulance.
A 67-year-old man was treated by the Great North Air Ambulance after he fell while walking the the Langdale Valley yesterday afternoon.
The ambulance was called to the scene at Pike of Carrs and worked with Langdale Mountain Rescue team to help the man, who had dislocated both of his knees.
He was treated by a doctor at the scene before being flown to the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle.
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.
The Great North Air Ambulance has been called to rescue a mountain biker who was injured on a track above the Whinlatter visitor's centre.
The young man, whose age is listed as between five and eleven, injured his leg at around 12pm on Tuesday 24 March.
The aircrew doctor and paramedic team assessed his injuries, which weren't as serious as had been thought.
He was then carried to a waiting land ambulance by Keswick Mountain Rescue Team, and taken to hospital.
A 12 year old boy was taken to hospital after suffering a leg injury at a football match in Penrith on Saturday afternoon.
The boy was treated at the scene by a doctor from the Great North Air Ambulance before being transferred to Carlisle.
His condition is described as stable.