A Fife mum whose son died at local beauty spot has issued a warning about the dangers of swimming in open water.
Keivan Ulhaq, 20, had been socialising with friends at Lochore Meadows, known locally as ‘the Meedies’, when he entered the water on a Saturday evening in June last year.
Despite being a strong and active young man, Keivan got into difficulty, leading to his death.
His mother, Sheena Ulhaq, who lives in Cowdenbeath with Keivan’s eight siblings and husband Nisar, now wants to prevent anyone else going through the tragic events of June 20 last year.
‘We miss him so much’
She said: “Keivan was happy go lucky and he loved life.
“He doted on his younger brothers and sisters.
“We all miss him so much.
“On the day he died I remember the weather was really nice and I was at home decorating.
“He had gone to the Meedies with some friends, but the water was still freezing cold despite the weather.
“Keivan was really active and was always doing back flips, especially if we were at the…