A second British holidaymaker has drowned in a hotel swimming pool in the Canary Islands in two days.
Andrew Nicol, 38, had been staying in the resort of Puerto de Santiago on the Spanish holiday island of Tenerife.
He died on Monday, a day after six-year-old Megan Thrower from King's Lynn in Norfolk drowned in a hotel pool in Gran Canaria.
A Foreign Office spokeswoman said: "We are aware of the death of a British national on October 18 in Tenerife. We are providing consular assistance to the family."
Megan was with her family at the four-star Hotel Gran Canaria Princess on the neighbouring Canary Island when she died.
A waiter pulled her from the pool and emergency services were called but were unable to save her, Spanish press reported.
Mr Nicol, from Clevedon in Somerset, ran a car transport service and was on holiday with his wife Jane and 10-year-old daughter.
They were staying at the Hotel Tamaimo Tropical, where the tragedy occurred at about 6pm.
Local police said they believed he died of natural causes and were not treating his death as suspicious. A spokesman said: "It is possible he suffered a medical emergency."
A post-mortem examination was being carried out.