Police have warned of the risks of swimming in open water after a teenage boy was discovered useless in a canal in West Yorkshire.
Officers had been referred to as to Stocking Lane in Knottingley at about 5.30pm on Tuesday to studies of an individual in water.
They discovered a 15-year-old boy within the canal and pulled him from the water, however he was pronounced useless on the scene.
West Yorkshire Police is investigating the incident, with Detective Chief Inspector Tony Nicholson warning: “This has been a tragic incident through which a boy has sadly misplaced his life and I want to advise individuals of the risks posed by open water.
“Even on days as scorching as now we have had lately, canals can nonetheless be very chilly and chilly water could cause cramps in even the strongest swimmers.
“Currents created by boats and water actions round locks and weirs will also be harmful. There can also be objects lurking beneath the floor that would trigger damage.”
An excessive warmth warning remains to be in place throughout the South and southwest England, the West Midlands and Wales, with temperatures anticipated to achieve 30C (86F) in London once more on Wednesday.
A separate excessive warmth warning has additionally been issued by the Met Workplace for Northern Eire, which lasts till 11.59pm on Friday.
Tuesday noticed the UK file its hottest temperature of the yr thus far when the mercury reached 32.2C (89.96F) at London Heathrow.
It broke the earlier file of 31.6C (88.8F) at Heathrow on Sunday.
Though many of the nation will keep heat, thunderstorms are anticipated within the east of England, with barely cooler situations within the North and Scotland.
Tuesday afternoon noticed large hailstorms hit japanese elements of England.
As of 5am on Wednesday, the Setting Company has 17 flood alerts – that means flooding is feasible – in place all through elements of London, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.
The excessive stress that has brought about temperatures to soar nationwide this week is anticipated to raise by the weekend.