A walker suffered a suspected broken ankle and needed rescuing from a Lake District hill.
The incident happen on Saturday when a woman who is in her mid-50s, was walking on Gowbarrow Fell near Dockray slipped on wet grass.
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team was alerted about 12.25pm and its members used three Land Rovers to reach the scene.
A team spokesperson said: “The casualty was assessed by the team doctor and treated at the scene for a possible fracture to her right ankle.
“She was put in a leg splint and evacuated off the fell by stretcher to a team vehicle where she was conveyed to the main road and was then taken to hospital for treatment.”
The 2½- hour incident involved 14 Patterdale MRT volunteers.
While the weather might be improving the ground is unusually wet for this time so if your heading out, be prepared.
Based in Doncaster, Lilly Anderson is a reporter for The Camping Fire. She has previously worked for the numerous outdoor publications on a freelance basis. As a contributor to The Camping Fire, Lilly covers news and trending technology related stories. If she isnt writing for us she can often be found out on the hills.