Police have been forced to close the road leading to a fracking site in North Yorkshire after a protester climbed on top of a wagon.
It is part of ongoing protests at the entrance to Third Energy's site in Kirby Misperton, near Malton.
Habton Road has been shut since around 11.55am today when the anti-fracking campaigner first clambered onto the vehicle.
The road remains closed this afternoon as the protester continues to refuse to come down.
A North Yorkshire Police spokesman said: "This irresponsible action is extremely dangerous.
"As a direct result, Habton Road is now closed, and diversions are in place, causing significant disruption to local people for several hours."