The search for a four-year-old boy - who went missing in the sea while on holiday - has been called off by rescuers.
Dylan Cecil's parents tried to rescue him after he slipped off a jetty into the water in Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, but could not reach him.
ITV News' Emily Morgan reports:
The young boy had wanted to get a closer look at the sea and went onto the jetty with his parents, Rachel McCollum and Darren Cecil, and his two younger sisters, aged one and three.
Dylan's parents' desperate efforts to save their son meant the couple had to be pulled from the water by passers-by and treated for water ingestion.
Announcing the search had been called off, Vince Irwin, coastguard sector manager for North Devon, said:
The family had been visiting Mrs McCollum's parents who live locally and who said that they "couldn't have wished for a better grandson". Jackie McCollum, Rachel's mother, said:
Dylan's grandfather, David McCollum, added:
Four coastguard rescue teams, four lifeboats, the coastguard sector manager, police and the RAF helicopter were all involved in the search and rescue operation, which was launched after a member of the public witnessed the boy's parents' attempts to rescue their son.
The water near the jetty is impossible to see through due to the mud flats and strong spring tide currents which would have made it difficult to swim back to shore, the coastguard said.