AN inquiry is under way in Scotland into the death of a Huddersfield climber.
Police and the Procurator Fiscal are waiting for the results of medical tests on Mr John Sykes, who died in a climbing tragedy on the Isle of Skye.
Mr Sykes, a 58-year-old industrial chemist, is thought to have fallen up to 1,000 feet while climbing in the Cuillin Mountains last Thursday.
He was with his brother, 63-year-old Barry Sykes, who raised the alarm at a youth hostel. The brothers were both said to be experienced climbers.
The Cuillins are very popular with experienced climbers and with hill-walkers and trekkers.