The woman injured herself on Knock Pike, right

The woman injured herself on Knock Pike, right

Two mountain rescue teams went to the aid of a woman who slipped and injured her leg on a Pennine hill.

The 37-year-old hurt herself on Knock Pike near Dufton on Friday.

Penrith Mountain Rescue Team was called out about 2.45pm and was joined by colleagues form the Kirkby Stephen team at the incident.

She was treated at the scene before being stretchered to a rescue team Land Rover. She was then driven to the nearest road where an ambulance was waiting.

The two-hour rescue involved 11 Penrith MRT members.

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