Two teenagers were winched from a ledge separating them from a sheer 400ft drop in a dramatic rescue mission after managing to raise the alarm with their mobile phone.
The two 13-year-old boys were stuck on the ledge for more than two hours after slipping some 20 feet down an embankment near the Wombourne beauty spot, Red Rock, in Staffordshire.
A police search was launched after their call for help but the pair, both from Lower Penn, Staffordshire, were only located when a police helicopter spotted them using a thermal image camera.
The pair were in the Red Rock area at about 4pm on Sunday when they slipped down the bank and landed on a ledge at the base of a tree, saving them from the drop below. The teenagers were eventually located almost an hour later, using the police helicopter and a thermal image camera.
Both suffered from shock and one had a minor leg injury.