A man has been rescued after getting trapped in an old mine shaft in Ceredigion.
Emergency crews and cave resuers spent five hours at the scene in woodland at Taliesin near Aberystwyth.
The local man was brought out at 20:30 BST and assessed by paramedics before being taken away by ambulance.
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