A popular London swimming pool is feared dead after a young man dies.
A large emergency service was spotted on the Shadwell River in East London tonight.
Police and fire crews were called to the scene around 6am.
Two hours later, the 22-year-old appeared to be pursuing his search.
While various and emergency service workers admired the artificial lake on boats, some people seeking to escape the heat of the sun continued to swim on the opposite bank.
A spokeswoman for Scotland Yard said: “Police say at 6.06 p.m.
Officers and the Navy officer are currently investigating with other emergency service personnel.
The man may have gone to the pool to keep him from the scorching temperatures of 33C today.
A 29-year-old man was hijacked in the Shadwell Basin in 2016 after jumping into the water with 100 people.
This year At the end of June, Karl died in a tragic accident as a nine-year-old boy in a Chase pool in Burntwood.
The 21-year-old was able to save his life but unfortunately he couldn't save himself.
England's current heat wave was associated with a number of water deaths.
May In the last week of June, they were found in a stream near Torquay and another water near Prussia Cove.