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Body found in Search for human who got into trouble in Lake Doncaster | UK News

BUT body was found in Search for human who got into trouble in lake in Doncaster, police said.

Emergency services arrived at the scene in Lakeside Lake. on Saturday afternoon after receiving calls that the man, who was in he is 20 years old, got into difficulty, according to South Yorkshire Police.

AT force said: “We are very sorry to announce that after earlier information about the incident at Lakeside, Doncaster, body was now found.”

Official identification has not yet taken place, but the male family were informed and supported by experts.

A police plane was seen over the lake. for 20 minutes after the first messages.

Specialist teams were involved in Search for the man and the South Yorkshire Police asked public to avoid in area.

over 20 people died after falling into difficulty in water during extreme heat this summer.

The temperature has exceeded 30C in many parts of England on Saturday.

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Drowning Prevention Campaign Launched in Great Britain

IF YOU SEE SOMEONE FIGHTING IN THE WATER:

Call 999 – ask for Fire and Rescue Service if on land, or Coast Guard if at sea

Tell struggling man to try to swim on them back

Throw them something that floats – anything, even football

IF YOU WORK IN WATER:

Try to lay on your back

Glue the arms and legs out for a better swim

Once you’ve calmed down down and orientated, shout for help

The UK has the highest number of drowning deaths. occur in three summer months with July was the worst.

Last month, 14-year-old Brian Sasu drowned. off Tagga Island near Hampton Court in southwest London after swimming to cool down off when his school closed early.

Robert Hattersley, 13 died in River Tyne near Owingham, Northumberland. His family we left “absolutely devastated.”

Last year277 people died after drowning in United Kingdom, up out of 254 in 2020 and 233 in 2019.

BUT campaign to prevent drowning, called Respect The Water.

The National Water Safety Forum, which implements this initiative, aims to halve the number of of people in United Kingdom who by chance die in water each year.

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