Members of the Cave Rescue Organisation joined colleagues from the Bowland Pennine team at the incident

Members of the Cave Rescue Organisation joined colleagues from the Bowland Pennine team at the incident

A mountain biker was rescued after suffering a suspected broken leg at a popular Lancashire site.

The 28-year-old man came off his bike on the Sheep Hill boardwalk in Gisburn Forest.

Bowland Pennine Mountain Rescue Team was joined by members of the Cave Rescue Organisation following the incident about 11.10am today.

He was treated at the scene by rescuers and paramedics then stretchered out of the forest to a waiting ambulance by members of both rescue teams.

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