Mohan Muruganantharajah Wiki – Mohan Muruganantharajah Biography
Mohan Muruganantharajah, 27, ran into the water at the Sgwd Y Pannwr waterfall in Breacon Beacons to save the youths at around 4.40pm. on Friday. Both children were pulled from the water, but tragically Mr. Muruganantharajah disappeared from sight. Emergency teams including police, air ambulance, fire teams and mountain rescue experts were called to the scene but Muruganantharajah could not be saved. The body of the qualified pilot was located using underwater cameras and was recovered the next day. Friends paid tribute to the pilot and said he “touched so many lives”. A tribute from his badminton club in Swansea read: “It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved Mohan.
Mohan Muruganantharajah was 27 years old.
He touched the lives of many people and brought warmth and love to all who knew him with his endless smile. “Thank you for your love, support and compassion during this difficult time.” Sgwd Y Pannwr in the Brecon Beacons, now known as Bannau Brycheiniog, is popular with walkers and photographers for its nearly 40ft waterfall. Also known as the “Caída del Batán” and is located on the banks of the Mellte River. A spokesperson said: “A multi-agency response was launched with representation from the police, fire service, mountain rescue, hazardous area response team and both the UK Air Rescue Team and UK Air Ambulance. Wales landing their planes nearby.” ‘Shortly after 7 p.m., firefighters located the body of Mohananeethan Muruganantharajah, 27, in the water with an underwater camera. ‘Unfortunately, due to the conditions at the site, recovery was not possible that night and specialist divers were brought in the following morning. “His family has the support of specialized agents.”