Stormy weather has caused flash floods in some parts of North Yorkshire.
Firefighters helped residents after their homes were inundated last night (Friday).
Crews from Ripon went to Dishforth near Boroughbridge at 5.48pm.
A North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service spokesperson said: “After a heavy storm and large quantity of rain fell in the area our Ripon crew attended Dishforth village to assist residents at keeping flood water from entering their properties.
“The crew battled heavy rain and ice from the hail to pump the water away, using their main pump and hard suction hose.
“Once the drain had been located crews then used small tools to unblock the drain and allow the water to drain away.”
Later, at 7.31pm, a fire crew was called to nearby Burton Leonard, north of Harrogate.
A resident had returned home to find their cellar flooded following a storm, and it was affecting the electrics.
A Knaresborough crew used an ejector pump and delivery hose to remove the water.