A bridge in York city centre has reopened after emergency services worked together to bring an incident to a safe conclusion.
Ouse Bridge shut to traffic and 999 crews were called out at 2.37pm today (Thursday).
It was after a woman went on the wrong side of the railings.
Fire crews from Acomb, Huntington, York and Malton were called to the scene, alongside paramedics and the York Rescue Boat.
Fire crews used the aerial ladder platform to bring the woman to safety.
North Yorkshire Police tweeted: “Thank you for your patience while we spoke to a woman in distress on Ouse Bridge in York.
“The incident has been resolved safely: we’ll ensure she gets the care she needs, and the road has now re-opened.”