A book of condolence has opened at a Co Antrim primary school following the death of a five-year-old boy.
Kayden Fleck died in hospital after falling into the River Braid in Ballymena near the Ecos Centre on Saturday.
His parents Leanne and Darrel paid tribute to their "happy-go-lucky" son "who just melted your heart".
The tragedy is understood to have unfolded when Kayden and twin brother Jayden were playing by the River Braid.
Kayden, a pupil at Harryville Primary School, accidentally fell into the icy cold, fast-flowing water near Skye Park at around 1pm and was swept more than four miles downstream.
A major rescue operation was launched and after an extensive search, Kayden was recovered from the river near Tullygarley Bridge some two hours later.
He was airlifted to hospital, where he later passed away.
Harryville Primary School has opened a book of condolence for the child. It will be open on Monday and Tuesday from 12pm until 6pm.
The school said there will also be a donation box and tea and coffee available.
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