A man has been airlifted to hospital in a serious condition after his legs were crushed at Leyburn Auction Mart in North Yorkshire.
Yorkshire Air Ambulance arrived at the scene at around 11am today. They airlifted the man to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough.
A 21 year old woman suffered multiple injuries when she was trampled by cows in North Yorkshire.
The woman was airlifted to the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough after the incident in Leyburn.
Her condition is described as stable.
Charles Iveson, 17, from Leyburn, has been found in Northallerton this morning.
North Yorkshire Police say he is safe and well.
Police have extended their search to find missing Charles Iveson, 17, from Leyburn, to the Northallerton and Leeming areas.
Overnight enquiries lead officers to believe Charles caught a bus to the Bedale on Thursday morning. They think he was travelling to Northallerton.
Charles is a pupil at Wensleydale School and Sixth Form College but did not attend college on March 13. He was reported missing just after 5pm on Thursday night.
Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them as a matter of urgency.
Police in Leyburn are searching local woods for missing 17-year-old Charles Iveson.
He is a pupil at Wensleydale School but did not turn up on Thursday morning (13 March).
He is a keen runner and may have headed to Pen Hill, Thornborough Woods, Leyburn Shawl or woods in the Grewelthorpe area.
Police in North Yorkshire are concerned for the welfare of a 17-year-old who has not been seen since Thursday morning (13 March).
Charles Iveson was last seen leaving home in Leyburn at 10.30 am.
He should have attended Wensleydale School, but did not turn up. He may have gone to woods near Leyburn.
He is described as white, 5ft 6, slim, with short brown cropped hair and wearing black board shorts.
A 17-year-old man has been arrested and released on police bail after a car crash in North Yorkshire, which left two teenagers with serious injuries.
The driver and his two passengers, aged 17 and 18, were all airlifted to hospital after their car, a black Vauxhall Corsa, collided with another near Leyburn on Thursday.
The driver was discharged from hospital. Two passengers are now in a critical but stable condition in James Cook University Hospital.
Two teenagers injured in a car crash in North Yorkshire remain in a 'critical but stable' condition, according to North Yorkshire police.
The crash happened at 3:15pm on Thursday February 27 at the junction of Moor Road and an unclassified road to Redmire, near to the Bellerby MOD Ranges.
Soldiers from Catterick Garrison were on a training exercise nearby and rushed to give first aid to the men.
Soldiers on a training exercise heard a car crash in which three teenagers were critically injured and immediately went over to give first aid. The soldiers, from Catterick Garrison, were at Bellerby Camp, near to where the accident happened.
The driver and his passengers, all 17 years old, are in hospital with life-threatening injuries.