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The family of a British man who drowned while swimming on holiday are believed to have been staying in Rome - about 100km (62 miles) from the seaside town of Sperlonga, where he is thought to have died.
They went to the beach after lunch but high winds meant the sea was particularly rough.
Wiltshire Police have named the two young women who died in a crash in the early hours today near Swindon as 18-year-old Shaya Rae Leigh and 17-year-old Kerry Staniford.
Another three male passengers are being treated in hospital with injuries, and one of them has been described as being "very poorly". All were aged 20-years-old. PC Jeff Rice, of the Roads Policing Unit, said:
This was an horrific incident and we would like to offer our condolences to the families of the two young women who sadly died.
We are very keen to hear from anyone who was on the A419 near the scene at around 5am today. We would also like to hear from anyone with any information about the movements of the people in the car during Friday night and the early hours of Saturday.
An employee at the Hotel Aurora in Sperlonga has said that the sons of a British man thought to have drowned while on holiday in Italy, pulled the man's wife from the rough sea.
The two sons were unable to save their father who was already unconscious when they reached him, the woman said. She added:
I was in the reception when people burst in to call for help. They said someone was in trouble in the water and we called an ambulance immediately.
I went outside and could see the man in the water. One of his sons was trying to rescue him but I think it was already too late. It was very sad.
There were big waves and the weather was not particularly good.
The general manager of the Egyptian resort Coral Sea Waterworld, where a 5-year-old British girl drowned in the hotel's pool, has said that the Egyptian police and district attorney are working along with the hotel into the investigation. Ashraf Khalil said:
We are also, in collaboration with First Choice, flying in investigators from the UK today. We want to see the facts and the most important fact here is that our hearts and souls are with the family and with little Chloe.
We have moved them from the scene of the hotel so they can at least not be in premises where the accident happened. We are taking care of them so they are not bothered in this time of grief and we wish to express our deepest condolences to them.
We are sorry this has happened. When the investigation concludes we will be able to give answers.
The Eurovision Song Contest has urged its followers to help it trend on Twitter ahead of tonight's live broadcast final:
A British tourist has drowned while swimming on a family holiday in Italy. Brian Kent, 46, is said to have been dragged under the water by strong currents when he went for a dip in the sea after lunch in the coastal town of Sperlonga.
He reportedly died minutes after jumping into the water with his wife and other family members. The Foreign Office said it was providing consular assistance to Mr Kent's family.
A spokesman said: "We can confirm the death of a British national and are providing consular assistance to his family."
Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy said it is still unknown when the train service between New York and New Haven will be restored following a crash that injured 60 people:
We do not have an estimate yet when service will be restored. Commuters should make alternate plans for travel between Bport & S NorwalkFrom @GovMalloyOffice on Twitter:
Service remains suspended indefinitely between New York and New Haven through Sunday with no estimate on service restoration.From @Amtrak on Twitter:
A commuter train travelling from New York City derailed near the Connecticut town of Fairfield and collided with another.
Travel company First Choice has said it was working together with the hotel to find out what had happened to a five-year-old British girl who drowned in a hotel pool in Egypt.
A spokeswoman said: "First Choice is currently carrying out a full investigation with the hotelier and resort team to understand how the incident occurred.
"At this time we are unable to speculate or comment further. Our priority is to provide support to the family at this extremely difficult time."
Senior Conservative Party activist Paul Swaddle said Lord Feldman is "the strongest possible advocate of the voluntary party" after allegations a senior aide described grassroot party activists as "mad, swivel-eyed loons".
Mr Swaddle said:
As president of the Conservative voluntary party 2012/3 and last year's co-chairman of the party conference, I worked closely with Andrew Feldman.
I know him to be the strongest possible advocate of the voluntary party and a man I greatly respect. He fought tirelessly with me to ensure that last year's conference was the best ever for party member engagement.