A British man and his teenage son who went missing on a diving trip in Malaysia have been named.
The search resumed early on Thursday morning for Adrian Chesters and his Dutch son, Nathen Chesters, who were among a group diving in 49ft deep water near an island around ten miles off the coastal town of Mersing in southern Johor state.
Malaysian authorities said they found Norwegian woman Kristine Grodem, a 35-year-old registered diving instructor, who is said to be safe.
She was rescued by a tugboat and then airlifted by a maritime aircraft, Johor maritime officials said.
The search was called off late on Wednesday local time because of poor visibility, and her fellow divers Alexia Alexandra Molina, 18, from France, along with Mr Chesters, 46, and his 14-year-old son remain missing.
The PA news agency understands that the Foreign Office is in contact with the diving resort and has offered consular assistance to the family.