A woman fell into a beck had to be rescued by Keswick Mountain Rescue Team.

The 23-year-old woman had been at Seathwaite campsite, Borrowdale, when the call for help was made.

That call came just after 6am on Sunday, when the young women couldn't find her friends.

A spokesman for the mountain rescue team said: "A woman tripped and fell into a beck during the night in Seathwaite campsite sustaining a possible lower leg fracture.

"Unable to alert her friends immediately, she quickly became cold and wet.

"A possible delay in ambulance support meant the team sent out two vehicles who were quickly on the scene."

They added: "She was warmed, splinted and given pain relief, then handed over to the ambulance crew for transfer to hospital."

A total of 13 team members from Keswick Mountain Rescue were involved in the incident, which took an hour and a half.