Nathan Renze Chesters Cause Of Death, Obituary Not Yet available – Four days after being reported missing while diving on Pulau Tokong Sanggol, near Mersing, three foreign divers were found safe, but one more is presumed to have died. Kristine Grodem, a Norwegian diver and diving coach, was discovered floating one day after the incident, while British Adrian Peter Chesters, 46, and Alexia Alexandra Molina, 18, a Frenchwoman, were discovered early this morning in Indonesian waters.
According to thesundaily.my, The search and rescue operation was called off at 1.30 p.m. today, according to Johor Maritime Director First Maritime Admiral Nurul Hizam Zakaria, after three of the four missing divers were rescued. He did say, however, that Adrian’s son, Nathan Renze Chesters, 14, died as a result of his father’s remark about his son’s condition, that he was exceedingly weak and unable to survive.
“The Maritime Rescue sub-center (MRSC) of Johor Bahru has also contacted Indonesian authorities to assist in the search for the last victim who was thought to have died and drifted into Indonesian waters,” he added in a statement issued here this evening.
Nurul Hizam expressed his gratitude to all authorities and parties involved in the search and rescue effort. 18 boats from various agencies participated in the operation, including two boats from the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Almarhum Sultan Iskandar, as well as two planes and two helicopters.