A 14-year-old lady who were given into problem within the sea off Essex together with her older brother and cousin died of immersion, an inquest has heard, whilst her brother died of pneumonia, mind harm and drowning two days later.
Malika Shamas, from Luton, was once on a circle of relatives commute to Clacton-on-Sea and were given into problem within the water close to Clacton pier at round 1.40pm on eight August together with her brother Haider Ali, 18, and a cousin, Wednesday’s listening to in Chelmsford was once informed.
Coroner’s officer Jemma Cook dinner mentioned Malika was once pulled from the water and a lifeguard carried out CPR on her.
She was once taken to Colchester common health center the place she died later that day.
Haider was once additionally pulled from the water and was once discovered to be in cardiac arrest, Ms Cook dinner mentioned.
He died in health center on 10 August.
A autopsy exam recorded Malika’s provisional reason behind loss of life as immersion and toxicology assessments are being performed.
Haider’s provisional reason behind loss of life was once recorded as pneumonia and mind harm, with drowning given as a contributory issue.
Essex’s senior coroner Caroline Beasley-Murray, opening and adjourning the 2 inquests, mentioned: “Please let the courtroom’s sympathy be prolonged to the circle of relatives at this dreadful time.”
A complete inquest has been set for 17 February.
Essex police mentioned a 15-year-old lady, who’s a relative of the 2 youngsters and was once additionally pulled from the water, is predicted to make a complete restoration.
Witnesses have described “distressing” scenes as lifeguards and paramedics scrambled to lend a hand the 3 youngsters once they had been noticed suffering close to Marine Parade.
A number of contributors of the general public supported the rescue effort and two other folks had been additionally handled on the seashore however didn’t want to be taken to health center.
The incident took place little greater than a yr after a 15-year-old, Ben Quartermaine, drowned close to the similar pier.