A man, woman and child who died of shock after a freak storm at an Australian beach resort have been named.
The family said the man was the son of a man who lives on the island.
They said the girl was the granddaughter of a friend who was staying on the resort.
The death has been ruled a suicide, but family members of the woman said they had been warned to be careful.
A woman who lives in the resort told ABC radio she was shocked when she saw the man in the pool.
She said the two had never had an argument but that they were arguing at the moment.
The man who lived on the Australian island of Darwin is the son and granddaughter of an Australian tourist, and his death has raised concerns about safety on other islands in the world.
His death has also raised questions about how long a person can remain in the same place.
The woman who survived the storm is a family friend of the man who died.
The friend said she feared for her life when she first saw him.
“He was wearing a shirt and shorts.
He looked very thin, very frail, and he was sweating profusely,” the friend said.
She described him as being in a terrible state and the two men’s friendship was irrevocably damaged.
The islander was in the middle of a family trip to New Zealand when the storm struck.
She and her family were staying on a small island, about 200 kilometres (124 miles) north-west of Darwin.
A tsunami warning was issued for the entire island, and the weather forecast for the rest of the weekend was good.
However, by early evening, the warning had been lifted.
The weather service in the New Zealand city of Wellington issued a warning for the city of Darwin and the surrounding areas, including Darwin.
The city of Adelaide issued a tsunami warning for a part of the city about 250 kilometres (155 miles) east of Darwin, about 130 kilometres (60 miles) west of Darwin Harbour.
The same warning was also issued for a large section of the eastern coast of New South Wales.