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One just read: 'To a hero, from a community.'The scene of the tragedy is close to the large Beeston Weir over the Trent, which diverts water into Beeston Lock.
People walking dogs in the area said it was not unusual to see people in the water on warm days, but they had not heard of a fatality in the location for decades.
They loved him because he was so kind and polite.'She said: 'He was like a giraffe, he was nearly 6ft tall.
He was just a friendly giant.'Mrs Fletcher was speaking outside the nearby Rylands Methodist Church where a book of condolence has been opened for Owen and candles lit.
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A 12-year-old boy who died in a river after going to help a girl who was in difficulty has been hailed a hero.