Man swept out to sea with family dies
The man and his daughter, aged two years, died in a critical condition
after being swept off the rocks and in the sea in Cornwall.
The Coast Guard has been plaguing them into the water
at Fistral Beach in Newquay at 17:20 GMT on Friday.
I have been using the sea scooter RNLI to save
the victim’s wife while the deployment of a lifeboat to retrieve the man and the girl.
She said police suffered two other members
of a family of five minor injuries and shock.
Father and two-year-old girl was transferred Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro, where he was pronounced dead.
He invited RNLI sea conditions changed dramatically 16:00 to 17:30 and the crews of the three rescue operations.
He said Ken Wilkins, who was in a nearby Portreath in that time,
the seas state is normal at this time of year.
“Today was the biggest wave of the summer we would have seen for several years.”
“And it came from almost nothing,
and forced a stoppage of the senior national age surf life saving championships.”