A person was airlifted to hospital following a single-vehicle incident at a farm in the North Yorkshire dales on Tuesday (November 7).

Emergency service were alerted to an incident at a farm in the Patrick Brompton area, near Bedale at about 8.30am. 

Yorkshire Ambulance Service attended the scene and requested help from the Great North Air Ambulance Service.

A Yorkshire Ambulance spokesperson said: "We were called to a farm in the Patrick Brompton area to a single vehicle incident.

We dispatched an ambulance and clinical team leader a helicopter ambulance attended." 

A Great North Air Ambulance spokesperson said: "This morning (Tuesday, November 7) at 8:34am, our critical care team's assistance was requested by Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust to reports of a road traffic ncident at in Patrick Brompton, North Yorkshire.

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"In response, our pilot, paramedic, and doctor crew flew to the scene within 11 minutes.

"Once on scene, the team performed procedures only air ambulance crews with doctors on board are qualified to do, to stabilise the patient, before airlifting them to the closest major trauma unit for further treatment."