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A 25-year-old man was found in the River Derwent, after emergency serviced were called to the Pebble Peach area to reports of three man in the water.

The man was pulled from the water by specialist rescue crews, but was later pronounced dead.

The death is not being treated as suspicious.

Inspector Richard Price of Derbyshire Police called the incident “tragic”.

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He said: “This was a tragic sequence of events that led to the death of a young man.

“My plea to the public is to stay out of open water to remain safe as the hot weather continues.”

At least seven people have died in open water as the temperatures have soared over 30 degrees in the last week.

A teenager was pulled from a lake in Stoke on Trent two days

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