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Three feared dead after boats collide off Sussex coast

Two men are still missing, presumed dead, after a fishing boat sank off the coast of Sussex.

A huge search was launched after one man was found clinging to a buoy two miles west of Shoreham in the early hours of yesterday morning.

It's thought the boat with four men aboard left Shoreham Harbour around midnight. The body of one man has been recovered.

Investigators are tonight looking into reports the boat may have been hit by a larger vessel before sinking, as Malcolm Shaw reports.

Inquest resumes into death of talented young hockey player

Charlie Hutton fell from a boat bear The Needles last year Credit: Hampshire Police

An inquest is to be resumed today into the death of a 14-year-old boy who died after he fell from a boat and was apparently hit by the propeller.

Charlie Hutton, was enjoying a ride on the boat driven by his father from Mudeford, Dorset, to The Needles landmark off the Isle of Wight when the accident happened last year.

It appears the boy and one of his friends fell into the sea. The friend suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries.

A third boy, and the dead boy's father, Simon Hutton, who owned the rigid hull inflatable boat managed to stay on board.

Charlie, a talented hockey player whose ambition was to compete in the Olympics, was airlifted to Southampton General Hospital by Coastguard helicopter but couldn't be saved.

Charlie Hutton's parents described him as beautiful and talented Credit: Hampshire Police

In a statement released through police after the incident, Charlie's parents, Simon and Gill Hutton, from Surrey, said:

"We are very sad to announce the death of our beautiful and very talented boy. Charlie was academically bright, an accomplished musician and an amazing field hockey player who had trained with the England under-15 team ...with the ambition of eventually playing for Britain in the Olympics in 2020.

"His effort, passion and self-belief would surely have taken him there. Our thanks go to all those who helped Charlie achieve such an incredible amount."