Body of hero dad pulled from lake weeks after he died saving teen son from drowning

LAKE GARDA, ITALY: The body of a British father who drowned while trying to save his son has finally been found in an Italian lake.

Reports say that Aran Chada was on a family vacation with his 39-year-old partner Holly Mosley, their 14-year-old son Roman, and their 7-year-old daughter Floren when the terrible thing happened.

When Chada’s teenage son got into trouble while on a boat ride with his family off the coast of the resort of Limone on Lake Garda, the 51-year-old man jumped into the water to save him. Even though he got Roman to safety, he disappeared in the water on July 22 as his family watched in horror.

Teddy Ray’s body was found in a pool by a maintenance worker. It looks like he drowned.

The man was going to celebrate his 52nd birthday in Italy, but he drowned before the party. At the time, a witness said, “He was able to get the boy back to the boat, where his mother pulled him in.” But then the man went under the water, perhaps because he had a seizure.”

Even though Mosley yelled for help right after her partner fell in, it took the coast guard and specialized diving teams almost four weeks to find the body. On Tuesday night, August 16, Chada’s body was found 316 meters below the surface of the water. The search team may have used an underwater robot and sonar equipment to find the man’s body, which was later found to be about 800 meters away from the bank.

Chada is said to have been one of the three people who died that week on the beautiful lake, which is up to 350 meters deep. Coastguard commander Antonio Ragadale told Mail Online, “It was a hard and complicated search, but we had promised to find his body so that his family could be with him again.” It was the least we could do since he was so brave to jump into the lake to save his son when he was in trouble.”

“The operation took almost a month, and we used a robot and sonar to look for him every day. He was found at a depth of 316 meters, which made it a very difficult operation. Ragadale said, “This man was a hero, and now he can finally go home to his family. We promised them we would keep going, and we have done our duty.”

According to BBC, the coastguard also said, “Thanks to their professionalism and the tools we gave them, the volunteers of Lake Garda were able to find Mr. Chada’s body on Tuesday afternoon, August 16, 2022.”

Reports say that Chada, whose family flew back to Leicestershire, will go back to Italy to find out what happened to his body. James, Holly’s brother, had told The Sun earlier, “It’s terrible. “I can’t imagine what my sister and her family are going through.

“Group Sales Director at Global Energy Ventures & GRO Oilfield Alliance” is what Chada’s LinkedIn page says about him. He went to Nottingham Trent University and Ratcliffe College, Leicestershire, and graduated from both.