North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue crews, along with the Air Ambulance and Yorkshire Ambulance, were been called to a village south of Selby after an incident involving a teenage boy who had got his leg impaled on railings.
The boy had climbed over the railings on Long Hedge Lane, in Carlton, and got his knee caught.
Ambulance crews sedated the teenager and used a socket set and lifted him from the fence.
He was taken by road ambulance for treatment in hospital. The Yorkshire Air Ambulance also landed in case it was needed . It’s reported that the wound was not as deep as first thought.