Two walkers are recovering after being rescued from mountains in the Lake District last night.
The pair had set off from the Patterdale Youth Hostel to Howtown yesterday but failed to return by nightfall.
The Patterdale Mountain rescue team found them and brought them safely off the fells.
Vet Simon Roch, from Kentdale Othopaedics in Kendal, helped to rebuild Ruby after she was seriously injuried following a hit and run.
He worked for four hours on the labrador, installing seven screws in her back and two titanium plates in her hip.
"Ten to fifteen years ago we'd have had to put Ruby to sleep. The advancements in science over the last few years have been huge.
"The implants in her back are just helping her bones to knit. She should go on to live a very normal life"
A black labrador, dubbed the 'bionic dog', has made a full recovery after emergency surgery to repair broken bones and joints after a hit and run.
18-month-old Ruby suffered a crushed back and hip, as well as broken legs when she was hit by the car.
Despite her injuries, Ruby managed to drag herself 500 yards back to her home.
Her owner, Tom Iredale from Patterdale, spent £4500 on vets bills for Ruby.
A man has been rescued after falling while walking in the Lake District. The man, from Heddon-on-the-Wall, Northumberland, slipped while descending from Grisedale Tarn towards Patterdale. He was treated for a suspected fractured ankle and rescued by members of the Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team.
The team says the family were well equipped and kept him warm until help arrived. His leg was put in a splint and he was placed on a stretcher and carried down to a Land-rover ambulance in the valley bottom. Fifteen members of the Patterdale team were involved in the incident, which took four hours.