by Andrew Lansdown
Something heartbreaking happened to a family at Black Point one Easter.
Black Point is an isolated place, accessible only by four-wheel-drive, on the south coast of Western Australia, and the Stallard family travelled there to fish.
The parents, Ron and Debbie, lived in the south-west of the state, but their two sons, 25-year-old Paul and 19-year-old Andrew, lived in Perth. So the fishing trip was something of a family reunion, too.
But it all went terribly wrong that Easter Saturday while the family was fishing from the rocks.
Debbie slipped and fell into the sea, and a wave swept her out.