The family of a man who died while fixing a military vehicle at Catterick Garrison have paid tribute to their'selfless and loving husband'.
Alistair Fergusson from Richmond died after becoming trapped while carrying out maintenance work on a vehicle. The 58-year-old was given CPR but sadly died at the scene.
It happened at around 9:50am on Saturday 18 January at Piave Lines Barracks at the North Yorkshire Garrison.
His family have released a tribute:
Alistair Ferguson was a selfless and loving husband, father, grandfather and friend. He greeted everything in life with a smile on his face and a positive attitude.
North Yorkshire Police are leading an investigation into the moments leading up to Alistair Ferguson's death.
They're working alongside the Health and Safety Executive.