Paramedics and mountain rescue team called to woman who slipped and injured herself on Cleveland Way
Scarborough volunteer rescuers were called out to help a woman hurt during a Boxing Day walk.
Scarborough and Ryedale Mountain Rescue Team were deployed to the Cleveland Way south of Scarborough at 1.50pm on Saturday after the woman - part of a group of walkers - slipped and injured her leg.
Paramedics were treating the woman but they needed the volunteers and their equipment to get her to a waiting ambulance.
The rescue team were also called out on Christmas Day, at 4.38pm, to reports of a vehicle coming off the road because of poor weather in the upper reaches of Bransdale in the North York Moors National Park.
When they arrived, a farmer was using his tractor to get the car back on the road.
The team escorted the vehicle to clearer roads in Kirbymoorside.