A 12 year old boy is recovering at Newcastle's RVI after falling from a cliff in the Lake District.
He was walking with his father and friends when he fell 200ft, sustaining serious head injuries.
The boy is from Buckinghamshire - he was airlifted to hospital by a Sea King helicopter and is in a stable condition. His fall comes a month after two walkers died on the same climb in separate incidents.
Tributes are tonight being paid to Chris Bainbridge, who died from suspected carbon monoxide poisoning during a camping holiday in the Lake District.
His wife, Jane, is still seriously ill at the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle.
The couple, from Darlington, had been staying in a wooden cabin at the Quiet Site Caravan Park in Watermillock at Ullswater when they were found.
Chris Sivers, from Darlington Borough Council said: "Just a really nice chap. Obviously as an employer is concerned he was a really good guy.
"Did a good job at work. He was a Management Information Officer so he did a lot of detailed work, returns to Government, that sort of thing. And just a really nice guy. Had a lot of friends in the office, he had a lot of friends throughout the council, and he'll be sorely missed."