Two people died in unrelated incidents over the weekend as the hot weather saw people heading to beaches and rivers to make the most of the sunshine.
In Oxford, a teenager died after he jumped into the River Thames. In West Sussex, a man died saving someone else's child. Malcolm Shaw reports.
The family and sister of a teenager who drowned in the River Thames after reportedly jumping from a bridge to cool off have the following tribute.
– Hussain Mohammed's family
Hussain, a happy, cheeky, and very popular boy has been committed to our cherished memories bringing us joy every time we think of him. A typical 15 year old boy, battling with life's ups and downs, had in his last few days showed many positive changes towards a better path.
Sincere and motivated, involved with family, we all held high hopes for better days ahead with his bright outlook and new approach to his future.
Today a unique part of our family is missing that can never be replaced.
Friends have been paying tribute to a 15 year old boy who drowned in the River Thames. Named locally as Hussain Mohammed. It's believed he jumped from the Donnington bridge in Oxford with a teenage girl as a way of cooling down because of the hot weather.
Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue service is urging youngsters not to swim or jump into the River Thames after a 15 year old teenager died.
It's understood that the local boy jumped from the Donnington Bridge yesterday afternoon, but got into difficulty after he hit the water.
Station Manager Simon Belcher spoke to Meridian's reporter about the search.
Kayliegh Robbins tried to rescue the 15 year old teenager who jumped into the River Thames in Oxford. She spoke to Meridian's reporter Sue Kinnear about the rescue.