Police, ambulances and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance were called to an incident in Brayton, Selby, today (Tuesday).
Two road ambulances and a number of police cars were sent to a commercial premises off Brayton Lane shortly before 9.30am.
The air ambulance then landed on Brayton Green.
A Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust spokesperson told YorkMix: “We received an emergency call at 9.27am this morning to a workplace-related incident in Brayton, Selby.
“We dispatched two ambulances and an air ambulance to the scene and one patient was conveyed to Leeds General Infirmary by land ambulance.”
No details have been released about the condition of the patient.