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A man who was critically injured after an incident in which his father died, in the sea off Anglesey, has now been discharged from hospital.
North Wales Police has released more information about the incident, near Rhosneigr, on Friday.
69-year-old John Lawrence and his two sons, aged 25 and 20, went into the water at Broad Beach to swim.
The three men - from the Manchester area - got into trouble when the strong undercurrent washed them towards the rocks.
One of the sons was able to get onto the rocks, and rescued by the coastguard.
The two other men were washed out to sea, before they were airlifted to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor.
The father was pronounced dead at hospital. Both sons have now been discharged.
North Wales Police is appealing for witnesses as it investigates what happened.
North Wales Police is appealing for witnesses to an incident in the sea off Anglesey, where one man died and another critically injured.
John Raymond Lawrence went into the water near Rhosneigr on Friday, to help his two sons who had got into trouble in the sea.
One of his sons remains in a critical condition at Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor.
Police investigations into what happened are ongoing.
A man who died after apparently trying to rescue his two sons from the sea at Rhosneigr, Anglesey on Friday has been named as John Raymond Lawrence.
He is believed to be from Manchester, and in his forties.
One son suffered leg injuries after being drawn onto rocks, while the other son remains in a critical condition in hospital in Bangor.
The RNLI has released a video of its part in yesterday's sea rescue near Rhosneigr. Volunteers from Trearddur Bay launched their lifeboat in rising tides and rough seas, after receiving reports of people in trouble in the water.
Two people were winched from the sea by a RAF Sea King helicopter, while the lifeboat was tasked to rescue a further young man who had been washed onto rocks.
The rising tide and rough conditions hindered the rescue attempts and one crew member jumped into the sea to swim to the rocks to help the teenager until the lifeboat could get closer.
North Wales Police have confirmed a man has died after an incident in the sea near Rhosneigr, Anglesey this afternoon.
Two men remain in hospital at Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor. One is in a critical condition.
Three people have been taken to hospital after being rescued from the sea off Rhosneigr beach on Anglesey this afternoon.
Coastguard and RNLI crews were called just after 2pm. A helicopter from RAF Valley airlifted two of the three to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor.