The woman was injured at Sulber Nick on Ingleborough

The woman was injured at Sulber Nick on Ingleborough

A walker was rescued from the slopes of one of Yorkshire’s Three Peaks after injuring herself.

The 54-year-old injured her leg while walking at Sulber Nick on the eastern slopes of Ingleborough on Wednesday.

The Clapham-based Cave Rescue Organisation was called out about 5.15pm to help the walker.

A team spokesperson said: “The casualty was assessed by team casualty carers, given some mild pain relief and splinted, before being transported down to a road ambulance at Selside for transfer to hospital.”

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