The parents of a four year old boy today had to relive the horrifying moment their son died in front of them while on holiday.
Dylan Cecil drowned after falling from a jetty at Burnham-on-Sea last Summer. His parents leapt into the sea to try and save him, but his body was found four days later.
Today an inquest recorded a verdict of accidental death. and in court Dylan's parents had to listen to the harrowing details of exactly what happened.
Coroner Michael Rose said it was a "tragic misfortune, a nightmare from which they cannot wake."
Bob Cruwys reports:
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