An elderly man was airlifted to hospital after falling near Holme Moss mast.
And his rescue was the result of a huge team effort by many agencies.
They included police, paramedics, mountain rescue volunteers and two helicopters.
Police said the drama began on Sunday at 1.45pm when they received a 999 call from a woman saying her husband had fallen and might have broken his leg.
Officers raced to Holme Moss to try to locate the couple, while another officer stayed in contact with the woman by phone to let her know help was on its way.
A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said: “It turned out the couple were about 1.5 miles from the mast, so the officers set off walking to find them.
“After about 30 minutes they found the couple. The man was cold and in shock.
“It looked like he had a broken ankle.”
Police let off flares to alert others to their position.
The West Yorkshire Police helicopter found the officers, and dropped off the Air Observer to help out. The helicopter crew then flew back to the Holme Moss summit, where ambulances and other rescue vehicles had assembled, picked up paramedics and took them to the scene.
The spokesman said: “The injured man was given treatment but needed to be taken off the moors as quickly as possible.
“Holme Valley Mountain Rescue arrived and helped to make the man comfortable.
“The Yorkshire Air Ambulance landed and the man was airlifted to the summit where he was taken by ambulance to hospital.
“Another example of what can happen when we all work together.
“A massive thank you to everyone who helped.”