An investigation is continuing today into a speedboat tragedy that left a teenage girl dead and three other people injured.
The accident happened yesterday morning at a marina in the Devon fishing port of Brixham, near Torquay, in the area known as "the English Riviera".
Emergency services were called at 11.44am amid reports that a vessel carrying a father, his daughter and two school friends had capsized.
The rescue operation saw lifeboats, coastguard teams and a helicopter deployed as well as specialist divers.
Police confirmed inquiries into the tragedy were continuing and urged witnesses to get in touch.
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