Who is Dominic Hamlyn
Dominic Hamlyn Bio: He was the student of Cambridge University, who dies after being pulled from the family pool at brother’s 21st birthday party.
Dominic Hamlyn Bio
He was born in 1995. His dad Peter Hamlyn, is a world-famous brain surgeon. Hamlyn had a first-class degree in astrophysics.
Hehad delivered a brilliant speech for his youngest brother, Benedict on his 21st birthday party, just moments before jumping in the pool.
Their heartbroken father said: We are broken. If he is to be remembered, it is as a hero and one of the world’s helpers.
Paramedics were called to the family’s sprawling, Grade II-listed £3m farmhouse in Crundale, near Ashford in Kent, at 3.30am on Sunday but were unable to save the gifted student, who had been studying for a Masters at Cambridge.
Dr. Hamlyn, 62, revealed that his son, who was almost sober, had gone for a dip with friends shortly after giving a speech.
Death and Cause
Dominic Hamlyn dies after being pulled from the family pool.
The 24-year-old Dominic Hamlyn was visiting his exquisite home in the tiny village of Crundale, Kent, when he got into difficulties in the outdoor swimming pool.
There is no mystery, there were no drugs, Peter Hamlyn said.
He was swimming in his swimming trunks, almost sober. He had just spoken for 15 minutes without notes.
It was his youngest brother’s 21st and shortly after giving a brilliant speech about him, Dominic went swimming with friends.
He completed two lengths and then sank to the bottom.
He was immediately pulled from the water and a medical student started performing CPR until I came a minute later to take over.
A spokesman for Kent Police said: Police were called to a house in Crundale, near Canterbury at 3.37am on July 28 following an incident in a swimming pool where a man was found unconscious.
The man was taken to hospital where he later died.
Police are investigating the circumstances around in the incident and at this stage, the man’s death is being treated as unexplained.
A coroner’s clerk for the coroner in Canterbury confirmed that details of Dominic’s death had been passed to them and an inquest would be opened and adjourned in the near future.