Two brothers who died while on a time out to the Lancashire waft had drowned, a coroner’s courtroom has heard.
Muhammad Azhar Shabbir, 18, and Ali Athar Shabbir, 16, got into difficulties after they had been lower off by the tide at St Annes on Saturday.
Alan Wilson the senior coroner for Blackpool and Fylde opened and adjourned an inquest into the deaths of the brothers, from West Yorkshire.
Routine assessments will interact put sooner than a corpulent inquest on 16 December.
The coroner’s workplace acknowledged: “The provisional causes of death is drowning despite the truth that here’s discipline to the outcomes of routine toxicology evaluation.”
Their 15-year-usual cousin used to be with the brothers, who had been from Dewsbury, and he managed to swim ashore but they had been stumbled on dead on Sunday.
They had both studied at Better Batley High College, with Ali which ability that of snatch up his GCSEs on Thursday and anticipated to earn fair results.
The family had been on a day time out when the three boys went into the water and got into insist.
The coastguard, RNLI and police called at about 18: 40 BST and searches persisted at some stage within the evening and into the next day, the usage of a drone and helicopter.
Then again, their our bodies had been stumbled on just a few mile a long way from St Annes Pier on Sunday afternoon.
The brother’s cousin, who has no longer been named, has been handled for hypothermia in clinical institution.