A training scenario to test flood gates that help protect thousands of properties has been carried out.
The Environment Agency ran the exercise at Jubilee Bridge, which runs over the River Don at Thorne.
As well as testing the flood gates the team also carried out minor maintenance work.
When the gates are closed they form a continuous defence with the flood embankments either side of the road, helping to protect about 10,000 properties.
The tests were carried out over the weekend of 3rd and 4th March.
Adam Bayliss, of the Environment Agency, said: “Our field team tested the gates with more than five tonnes of water against them and they more than stood up to the task.
“These training exercises and regular maintenance ensure we can be confident that we are well prepared to respond to incidents.”
You can sign up to the national flood warning service at: www.gov.uk/sign-up-for-flood-warnings