'Gone but never forgotten' - tributes left by lake where man drowned
- Credit: Chris Bishop
Tributes have been left beside a lake where a 20-year-old man drowned after taking a dip in the heatwave.
Bunches of flowers, photographs messages and candles have been placed on a remote part of the shore near where Radek Gina died at Bawsey Country Park, near King's Lynn.
Emergency services were called to the lake after Mr Gina got into difficulties as temperatures soared on Wednesday afternoon. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
But many visitors ignore them on warm days, when sunseekers flock to the park.
The lake is a former sand quarry, with areas of deep, cold water. Swimmers risk so-called cold water shock, which can cause drowning.
Pictures of Mr Gina have also been placed n the car park at Bawsey, warning: "Do not swim in the water. RIP Radek gone but never forgotten."