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A Northern Irish football fan who died in Nice during Euro 2016 has been named as Darren Rodgers.
The 24-year-old is said to have scaled a sea-front railing and fallen head-first onto a stone beach in the early hours of Monday morning.
French police said they believed Mr Rodgers, from Ballymena, had been intoxicated at the time and it was an accident.
A spokesman said: "It seems it was drink. He was walking and went over the barrier and fell eight metres."
Thousands of supporters descended on the city to watch Sunday's fixture against Poland which Northern Ireland lost 1-0.
The tournament has been marred by off-pitch violence between fans since Friday's opening.
A Foreign Office spokesman said: "We are supporting the family of a British man who has died in Nice, France.
"Our thoughts are with them at this difficult time. We are in close contact with local authorities in Nice to find out further details of his death."
There are calls for a minute's applause for Mr Rodgers when Northern Ireland play Ukraine on Thursday.
A second half goal from Arkadiusz Milik gave Poland an opening win in a close Group C encounter with Northern Ireland in Nice.
Visit ITV's Euro 2016 website for a full report and to watch match highlights
Northern Ireland's team are preparing to compete in their first ever European Championships.
The last time their country qualified for any major tournament, 15 of the current squad were not even born.
Sports Correspondent Ruth Gorman reports as the team settle into their base near Lyon.
A father and son are in intensive care, while his daughter is seriously ill, after being struck by lightning as a storm battered parts of the UK.
It comes as thunderstorms and heavy downpours fell across the country on Tuesday, causing flash flooding.
ITV News Correspondent Richard Pallot reports
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This is the aftermath of a flash flood Surrey following torrential rain.
Three cars were abandoned and their drivers rescued after their vehicles became submerged in Manor Road in Wallington.
London Fire Brigade pumped away the water, which had reached levels of two metres.
Three people were rescued after their cars were submerged in floodwater.
The cars sank on Manor Road in Wallington, near Croydon, after the area was hit with flash flooding.
The three vehicles sank to a depth of two metres along the same stretch of road.
Two people were helped by members of the public before the London Fire Brigade arrived and assisted the third driver.
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Lightning has struck and injured a father and his two children in Northern Ireland, UTV understands.
The man and a five-year-old boy are fighting for their lives, while a seven-year-old girl was seriously injured during the incident at Lisburn in Co Antrim.
It is understood the three people had been at a school sports event at around 2pm at Laurehill Road when they were hit.
A spokeswoman for the South Eastern Area Health and Social Services Trust said the man was in a critical condition at Lagan Valley Hospital and would be transferred to an intensive care unit as soon as practically possible.
The two children were taken by ambulance to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Belfast for treatment to burns
A spokesman for the Belfast Health Trust confirmed the boy was critically ill and that the girl was in a serious condition.
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service said it sent a number of rapid response and A&E crews to the scene.
Heavy downpours have also caused severe flooding in the town.
Following lightning strike in Lisburn 1 adult male and 2 children have been taken to hospital by ambulance