A walker had to be rescued after getting stuck on a ledge while walking in the Lake District.
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team was called out at around 8:45pm yesterday to go to the aid of the 47-year-old man.
He was spotted at Greenside Mines above Glenridding by firefighters out training in the area.
Although he was uninjured mountain rescuers had to rig up a rope system to get him down.
The rescue took three and a half hours and involved 11 mountain rescue team members.
A doctor has been rescued after suffering a suspected fractured ankle while walking in the Lake District.
The 50-year-old woman was with a group of fellow doctors in Pasture Bottom, near Ullswater, when she slipped.
She was treated and given pain relief by members of Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team, and then taken to the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle.
The rescue, which took place at around 4pm on Monday 1 May, involved 14 mountain rescuers and lasted around two-and-a-half hours.
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Residents of Glenridding and Patterdale faced a nervous 24 hours after torrential rain left river levels rising and ground saturated (SAT 20th AUG)
There were no reports of any properties or businesses flooding but the Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team put these images on their social media feeds last night to say they were glad flood defences were to be installed in the area behind their base later this week.
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team managed to fill two survival bags full of rubbish while training at Priest Hole on Sunday.
They posted on Facebook that is was such a shame to find "graffiti and rubbish everywhere."
The team was updating its pre-plans for the site following a rise in incidents.
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Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team have attended their 70th call-out of the year.
The team, along with the Great North Air Ambulance, were called to Glencoyne where a 58-year-old woman was suffering from a suspected stroke.
The woman, from Chorley, was flown to hospital for further treatment.
Patterdale Mountain rescue were alerted of a 50 year old woman and her dog who had been mauled by cattle in the village of Hartsop.
Whilst the woman was treated for her injuries by the Air Ambulance crew, Patterdale Mountain Rescue began to search for the woman's dog that had been seen to run off injured.
The lady suffered hand and facial injuries and was taken to Preston hospital.
'Bruce' the dog was found at the holiday lodge where he had arrived with his owners the night before. Bruce was treated for minor injuries by the team vet.
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team would like to advise walkers that cattle, especially those with calves can pose a danger.
More advice can be found in the Countryside Code
Two teenagers had to be brought to safety by mountain rescuers after apparently being chased by sheep in the Lake District.
The pair had set off for a walk from a Youth Hostel near Glenridding but got lost on the hills.
They reported being chased by wild animals but the Patterdale Mountain Rescue team believe it was a flock of Herdwick Sheep.
The two men were helped back to the hostel at Greenside Mines, and were unhurt.
It was a bit of bit of a baaaarmy night so the two men weren't in any danger of suffering from hypothermia - although they were clearly shaken and very grateful for the Team's assistance.
Whilst driving up the track from Glenridding to the Youth Hostel about 2300 we spotted a light from a mobile phone about thirty metres below us. It didn't take long for two team members to descend down and help the men back to the Landrover. We were obviously quite concerned when the fellas said they had been chased by wild animals, especially given all the recent reports of wild cats in Cumbria.
Once we arrived it quickly became apparent that men had been chased by a couple of Herdwicks. Clearly this isn't a common occurrence in the Lakes, and in fact, I don't think I've ever heard of this happening before.
The two men, from Bracknell in the South of England, probably didn't realise that there weren't street lights everywhere. It's wise, even if only walking a few hundred meters, to take a torch in the dark."
Police have identified the man who died after falling from Helvellyn at the weekend as Stewart Armstrong.
The 59-year-old, from County Durham, was walking with his son when he fell from Striding Edge on Saturday.