The brother of a person feared useless within the Hawkesbury River in Sydney has stated the 50-year-old Iranian man “cherished Australia” and had promised to put on a lifejacket on his now-fateful jetski journey.
Mostafa Saberian stated his brother Mehidi Saberian had been ready to put on the protection gadget earlier than venturing onto the river.
“Tomorrow I wish to go the river,” Mr Saberian stated his brother instructed him.
“I stated to him, 100 p.c be sure you put the lifejacket in your physique.”
Authorities are persevering with the seek for the lacking man after one other man was killed in Sunday’s incident.
Emergency providers have been referred to as to a bit of the river close to Percys Place Ski Gardens on Burdekin Highway round 10.30am yesterday.
The youthful man was recovered from the water however paramedics have been unable to revive him.
Rescue officers deployed a sonar gadget, with circumstances beneath the water so treacherous the divers have been unable to look correctly utilizing their eyes.
9News understands each males have been flung into the water when the jetski made a tough flip at pace.
Neither was sporting a lifejacket.
Authorities are urging anybody utilizing watercrafts within the Hawkesbury river to be cautious round Percys Place Ski Gardens as police divers could also be underwater within the space.
Police investigations into the incident are ongoing.
Anybody with details about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000