Firefighters have extinguished a blaze at a caravan on the A685 road at Kirkby Stephen.
Crews were called just after 11am this morning, and used two hose reels to bring the fire under control.
The road was closed in both directions while the incident was dealt with, but has now re-opened.
The A685 Ash Fell Road has been reopened both ways following a traffic incident involving a cyclist.
Traffic has returned to normal and the accident has been cleared between A683 (Kirkby Stephen) and Mill Street (Ravenstonedale).
A male cyclist reportedly fell off his bike on Ash Fell Road, Kirkby Stephen, at 10:30am on Monday 25 September.
The road was blocked both ways while emergency services attend the scene.
The Great North Air Ambulance were called to help a footballer who had received a serious leg injury. The man in his 30s was airlifted from a playing field in Kirkby Stephen yesterday afternoon. He was due to receive surgery to his leg at the James Cook Hospital in Middlesborough.
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A 71-year-old farmer has been hospitalised after being "crushed against a wall" by cattle.
The incident happened at Kirkby Stephen at around 8am this morning.
The man had sustained head, facial, chest and abdomen injuries and was assessed and treated by a doctor-led trauma team from the Great North Air Ambulance Service.
He was flown to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough within 16 minutes, where he arrived in a serious but stable condition.
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Outdoor jackets worth around £10,000 have been stolen from a store in Kirkby Stephen.
The burglary took place during the early hours of Monday 23 November, at the Mad About Mountains Store on Market Street.
Police are appealing for any witnesses who may have seen suspicious activity to contact them:
Any incident of this nature is treated seriously and we urge the public to come forward with any information that may assist us with this ongoing investigation.
In particular we are appealing to anyone who is offered expensive outdoor jackets at a much cheaper rate than the normal retail price, especially in the run up to Christmas.”
Three people have been injured when two cars crashed on the A590 Kirkstone Pass as snow and sleet hits Cumbria.
They have been taken to hospital but their injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
The road has been closed since the accident happened at lunchtime and will remain closed until the weather subsides.
Members of Langdale and Ambleside Mountain Rescue Team and Cumbria Police officers have spent the afternoon helping several other vehicles, which became stuck on the road, including a bus coming from the Penrith.
The Met Office has issued a Yellow Weather Alert for snow and sleet.
The wintry conditions have caused drivers problems elsewhere. The A6 over Shap has also been closed and mountain rescue teams were called to help a member of the public who was stuck in a vehicle on the B6270 at Nateby near Kirkby Stephen. Cumbria Police has had reports of others getting stuck in the Yorkshire Dales.
The A591 over Dunmail Raise A591 is still open but Police are advising that only 4x4 vehicles should attempt it.
Kirkby Stephen could hold one of the first public votes, allowed under the Localism Act 2012, to decide the future of Carr House.
The building has been at the centre of a planning dispute for the last eight years.
Tim Backshall reports.