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Isaac Nash Missing Off Coast of Aberffraw

What Happened
Person overboard/swept away/fell in the water
What Caused
Adverse environmental conditions
Casualty type/Qty
Causal Factors
Adverse weather
Injury Details
Accident suspected

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Description of Incident
A community united in sorrow as a tribute to a 12-year-old boy who was swept away in the sea off the coast of Anglesey.

Despite frantic efforts by Isaac Nash’s father, Adam, and grandfather, Paul, to save him he was swept away on Friday afternoon, 29th of August.

There has been no trace of him since despite a massive search, which continues today.

Last night (2nd of August), more than 1,000 people gathered near his Huddersfield home to release Chinese lanterns and balloons into the sky as a tribute.

His father Adam, a 35-year-old, married father of three, described how their family holiday turned to tragedy on Friday the 29th of August.

Adam, from Huddersfield, said the whole family had gone to the beach at Aberffraw, where they had been many times before.

With Adam and his two sons, Isaac and 10-year-old Xander, were his wife Zoe, 35, their daughter, Greta, two, Adam’s father Paul and his partner Michael.
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