There are still hopes that a Middlesbrough man who went missing while swimming in a the Mekong River in Laos in Southeast Asia will be found alive.
John-Paul Conley was swimming at Tat Had beach when he was pulled downstream.
It is thought he was caught by a fast moving current.
A tourist and local fishermen saw him being taken by the current but not dragged under the water.
This is not the first a swimmer has been swept away in this area, and some have made it onto islands further downstream.
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