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Hidden dangers - how the Camber victims died

A central question for the inquest was exactly how the men died. An oceanographer told the court the five friends had gone far out onto a sandbank.

As the tide rapidly swept back in, they may have panicked - the water colder and deeper than they'd expected.

Their deaths, plus two others last year, made Camber statistically the most dangerous beach in our region, as Malcolm Shaw reports.