Emergency crews saved a man from the River Ouse in York early today (Tuesday).
Police, the fire service and paramedics were called to King’s Staith after reports of a man in the water at 12.34am.
York and Acomb fire crews went to the scene.
A North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service spokesperson said: “Using York’s fire boat, the male was located and rescued from the river before being handed over to Yorkshire Ambulance Service.
“The casualty was then taken to hospital suffering from hypothermia.
“In addition to the boat, crews used radios and lighting at this incident.
“It is unknown how the male had entered the water.”