FOUR emergency teams were needed to rescue a young injured mountain biker from a local moor at the end of the Easter bank holiday.

The biker was up on Ilkley Moor last night when he was injured.

Mountain Rescue, the ambulance service and Yorkshire Ambulance Service's Hazardous Area Response Team (HART) rushed to the scene to help the youngster.

Officers from West Yorkshire Police's Ilkley Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) also assisted with the rescue.

There were at least 10 people involved in the operation.

A spokesperson for Ilkley NPT said: "Ilkley officers assisted with the rescue of a mountain biker last night injured up on the moors.

"Thanks go out to Mountain Rescue, Ambulance Service and YAS HART team.

"Wishing the young lad a speedy recovery."