Aboriginal teenagers who drowned jumping into the Swan River Western Australia cried

It is believed that JackJack Simpson (pictured) and his friend Chris jumped into the water to evade the police.

Friends and family paid tribute to two young Aboriginal people who drowned in an icy river and allegedly fled the police.

JackJack Simpson and Chris Drage drowned in the water of the Swan River, in the s. XI, on the Western Australia River, while allegedly trying to avoid the police on Monday.

It is believed that 17-year-olds along with two other boys jumped into the water to evade the police.

It is believed that JackJack Simpson (pictured) and his friend Chris jumped into the water to evade the police.

Chris Drage drowned in the river in Western Australia on Monday night

Chris Drage drowned in the river in Western Australia on Monday night

JackJack Simpson (left) and Chris Drage (right) drowned in the Western Australia River after jumping into the water to supposedly avoid the police on Monday

The police managed to get the others out of the water, but Jack Jack and Chris were too far from the riverbank and never resurfaced

The police managed to get the others out of the water, but Jack Jack and Chris were too far from the riverbank and never resurfaced

The police managed to get the others out of the water, but Jack Jack and Chris were too far from the riverbank and never resurfaced

The police managed to get the others out of the water, but Jack Jack and Chris were too far from the riverbank and never resurfaced.

One child was taken out of the water on Monday night while the other was found on Tuesday morning.

A witness who filmed the rescue mission said when the police crossed the shallow area: Jack Jack and Chris had already sunk.

Cold, windy conditions are believed to have made it difficult for children to swim.

"I want to extend my condolences, and the condolences of all the police, to the families of the two deceased children and their friends and at this very difficult time," Western Australia Police Commissioner Chris Dawson

This is nothing less than a tragedy that has brought these youngsters to life & # 39;

Despite an uproar in social media, JackJack's grandfather, James Sprat (pictured) refuses to blame the officers on the scene

Despite an uproar in social media, JackJack's grandfather, James Sprat (pictured) refuses to blame the officers on the scene

Despite an uproar in social media, JackJack's grandfather, James Sprat (pictured) refuses to blame the officers on the scene

A friend of JackJack, Sheldon Hayward told Nine News that the teenager was "a really loved person".

"It really hit me in the heart because he is a really loving person and nobody has anything bad to say about the child," he said.

Despite an uproar in social networks, Jack Jack's grandfather, James Sprat refuses to blame the officers on the scene.

"I want to extend my condolences, and the condolences of all the police, the families of the two deceased children and their friends, and this difficult time," said Western Australia Police Commissioner Chris Dawson (pictured).

"It is bad circumstances that this has happened, but I would like the community in general to respect that this was just an error," he said.

The police were chasing the five boys who are believed to be jumping fences.

The fifth member of the group, who was feared to have drowned, was found Tuesday night and is with his family.

A report will be prepared for the coroner in the death of adolescents.

The fifth member of the group, who feared drowned, was found on Tuesday night and is with his family

The fifth member of the group, who feared drowned, was found on Tuesday night and is with his family

The fifth member of the group, who feared drowned, was found on Tuesday night and is with his family

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