Family and friends will pay tribute to a Cornish couple who died while attempting to save four teenagers from drowning, at a joint funeral in Truro today.
Kevin Reynolds and Rachel Dunn, both from St Austell, died while trying to rescue the four boys from a dangerous rip current at Mawgan Porth beach last month. Mourners have been asked to wear bright colours.
It's emerged tonight that all three people who lost their lives on a Cornish beach at the weekend had gone into the water to try to rescue a group of teenage boys.
This afternoon ITV News spoke to the family of one of the victims, Kevin Reynolds, as they returned to the beach to lay flowers:
A friend of Kevin Reynolds, one of the victims of Sunday's surfing tragedy at Mawgan Porth near Newquay, has paid tribute to him.
The man, who lived in a neighbouring flat in St Austell, said:
Mr Reynold's teenaged son Michael posted a news article about the tragedy on his Facebook page and wrote simply "R.I.P. Dad."
Pal Jeanette Worth responded to say: "So sorry to hear of your loss michael. There are no words that can take away your pain - just know that we are all thinking of you xx"
Another friend wrote: "Were all here for u brov, love u 2 the moon and back xx"
Two of the victims of Sunday's surfing tragedy at Mawgan Porth near Newquay have been named.
They are 44-year-old Kevin Reynolds and 42-year-old Rachel Dunn, both from St Austell.
A 52 year-old man from the Leeds area has not been named by police but has been identified as Stuart Calder, a knee surgeon from Leeds.
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One of the three surfers who died in the Mawgan Porth tragedy has been named as Stuart Calder, a knee surgeon from Leeds.
The RNLI says there were warning signs at Mawgan Porth beach near Newquay, where three surfers lost their lives on Sunday.
Greg Spray says there are plenty of beaches within half an hour's journey which do have lifeguard cover throughout October half term.
He also says conditions in the water were difficult but not untypical for the time of year.