Fire crews have attended another two floodwater-related incidents overnight on Friday.
YorkMix reported earlier that emergency services were called to reports of a person in the water at Selby.
After that, York, Acomb and Selby fire crews were called to reports of person in the river at Bishopthorpe at 10pm.
Group Manager Bob Hoskins of North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service said all persons were located safely.
Police and the York Rescue Boat also attended this one.
A North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service spokesperson said: “Crews from Acomb, Selby, Malton and the boat from York responded to a report of a person in the river.
“Crews carried out thorough searches of the river banks. All persons were located safely with one female being taken into the care of police and ambulance crews.”
Later still, at 12.29am, Tadcaster and Acomb crews attended three cars trapped in flood water at Ulleskelf and Kirby Wharfe. “No persons injured and advice given,” Group Manager Hoskins said.
The fire service spokesperson said: “Crews from Tadcaster and Acomb responded to a report of a vehicle that had become stuck in flood water.
“Crews located three vehicles stuck in flood water and ensured that all occupants were safe.”