Teenager who drowned in Welsh Harp reservoir is named
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A teenager who drowned in the Welsh Harp Reservoir and not found for two days has been named by a coroner.
Marcus Flavien, 19, got into difficulties while swimming in the reservoir on July 4 and then disappeared.
Members of the public went to help him but could not find him.
Police were called to Cool Oak Lane at 5.30pm by the London Ambulance Service but there was no sign of the teenager.
Police divers from the Marine Support Unit were called and ended their search the following Monday morning.
Next of kin were informed.
An inquest into his death was opened and adjourned this morning at North London Coroners Court in Barnet.
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