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.
More top news
The RNLI is urging the public to use lifeguarded beaches over the Easter holidays. Crews rescued 108 people and saved 13 lives last year.
Police Sergeant Louise Lucas died and her young daughter was taken to hospital following the collision on a "confusing" city centre road.
Nicky Stevens, the only Welsh national to win Eurovision, marked 60 years of the competition at a special event held in London last night.