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In a heart-wrenching interview, the cameraman who stumbled upon the physique of beloved This Morning physician Michael Mosley has tearfully spoken out to the star’s household and described what he noticed, after making the darkish discovery throughout the five-day seek for the 67-year-old.

Tragedy struck earlier at this time because it was introduced {that a} physique had been discovered within the ongoing seek for the much-loved TV physician. Michael Mosley, a daily face on programmes reminiscent of This Morning, disappeared earlier this week whereas mountain climbing on a Greek island throughout a vacation together with his spouse, Clare.

The grim discovery was made close to Agia Marina on Symi, the place the physique, believed to have been there for a while, was positioned in rugged terrain following a significant search operation involving emergency companies. The discover got here simply hours after Michael’s spouse Clare expressed her unwavering dedication, stating: “We will not lose hope.”

Speaking to Sky News, Antonios Mystilovlou , the native cameraman who found the physique this morning, was visibly distraught as he recounted the second they realised the physique matched Dr Michael Mosley’s description. He described how they used an iPhone to take an image of the display and zoomed in to substantiate it was certainly a person “lying down” with “his hand on his belly”.

Overcome with emotion, he confessed: “The description is exactly of the guy we were looking for.” Antonios mentioned he was on a ship within the morning and thought he had seen one thing within the rocks. He returned to the marina about 10 minutes later and regarded extra intently at his footage earlier than realising what he was taking a look at. “There was the body. He was laying down with his hand on his belly and he’s carrying his bag in his other hand,” he instructed Sky News.

In a poignant second, he tearfully apologised to the household, saying: “I’m really sorry for the family, I’m sorry that I’m the one to find him. I wish we had better news.”

In response to the Sky video interview, one consumer wrote: “This is a tragic and heartbreaking situation. Our thoughts are with the family and loved ones of Dr. Michael Mosley. We hope that they are able to find some comfort and peace during this difficult time.”

Another commented: “This is just too sad. I really feel for his family and the people who found him.”

Meanwhile, a 3rd shared: “So very sad, seemingly so close to getting help and shelter too at Agia Marina. The dangers of the sun and heat. I have passed out many times. It’s dangerous and happens quick without warning… thinking of Michael Morley’s family. Was hoping for a positive outcome.”