Kim jumped into the water from a chartered yacht. Something that he must have done many many times before. He surfaced normally and then must have suffered a hydrocution.
On board were a number of friends one of whom is a doctor and expert diver. When they noticed after some minutes that Kim was no where to be seen, the doctor put on his equipment and submerged into 30 metre deep water to try and rescue Kim. The visibility was not good. There was nothing that he could do.
Kim's body was later recovered and is now on its way to Spain via France. He will arrive in Santander on Wednesday and be taken to a mortuary by the RFEV. On Thursday his body will be cremated. His ashes will be sprinkled on the sea.
Many friends will be there.