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The funeral of the teen Muhammed Bilal Zeb who drowned at the Linton Falls beauty site will be held in Bradford later that afternoon, it has been announced.
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18-year-old Muhammad Bilal Zeb had only been married for five weeks when he had trouble swimming in the Wharfe River, the hottest day of the year in the district.
The river attracts visitors in summer, but the dangerous currents can overwhelm even experienced swimmers.
On Friday, July 31, at 7:30 p.m., emergency services were called to the scene where members of the public tried to save his life. A community worker practiced CPR until the paramedics arrived.
Muhammed Bilal Zeb pronounced dead
Unfortunately, he was pronounced dead at the scene.
Janaza’s social media announcement page named Muhammad as a victim in a post yesterday (August 5th).
He added that the teen’s mother was currently in intensive care for Covid-19 and was unaware of her son’s death.
In a statement they said: “Muhammad Bilal Zeb sadly died by drowning in Linton Falls in the Yorkshire Dales. Bilal married five weeks ago.
“Can you all pray for her mother who has been in intensive care in Manchester for 3 weeks because of COVID19?
“She doesn’t even know the death of her own son.”
Thousands of people expressed their condolences to the family following the tragedy.
One person said, “He was a very nice person. I made his wedding film. I can’t stop my tears.
Another added, “Always sad to hear someone leaves so early to pray with family and friends. Rip Billy.”
His funeral is followed by the immediate family based on government guidelines, but is posted on Facebook.
North Yorkshire Police said
A spokesman for the North Yorkshire Police said, “The police were contacted on Friday, July 31st at 7:40 pm with the report that an 18-year-old Bradford man was in trouble in Linton Falls, Grassington.
“Unfortunately, despite the efforts of the emergency services on site, the man died.”
Warnings about the dangers of the water after his death were posted on social media.
Martyn Hughes of the North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Services tweeted: “Despite the desperate efforts of many, we were unable to save the young man.
“Lots of thoughts with family and friends. Unfortunately, another water-related death occurred in one of our natural sites.”
Grassington Fire Station added, “The falls and river from Grassington to Linton and Burnsall are beautiful. It can be tempting to take a bath in hot weather, but watch out for the hidden dangers of cold water. Move.”