A woman has died after being pulled from the sea in North Wales.
Beverley Addyman, 81, got into difficulties in Cemaes Bay off the coast of Anglesey on Tuesday.
Police, paramedics, and the coastguard were called to reports of a person in the water at around 2.45pm and rushed to the scene.
The coastguard Rescue 936 helicopter also landed on the beach as temperatures sweltered during the record heatwave.
Pensioner Beverley was discovered in the water and rushed to Ysbyty Gwynedd.
Tragically, on Thursday evening it was reported she had died.
NorthWalesLive reports she was from Wallasey in Merseyside and her family have been informed.
Her death has been referred to the coroner and a post-mortem examination will take place shortly.
It isn't known how she came to be in the water.
At the time, North Wales Police said in a statement: "We received a call at 3.21pm from colleagues at Welsh Ambulance, asking for assistance while they dealt with a medical incident on the beach at Cemaes Bay.
"Officers are in attendance."
An HM Coastguard spokesman added: "At 2.48pm HM Coastguard sent Cemaes Coastguard Rescue Team and the search and rescue helicopter from Caernarfon to an incident at Cemaes Bay in Anglesey, following a report of a person in the water.
"We assisted the Welsh Ambulance Service at the scene."