A SCHOOLBOY held in Cyprus following his girlfriend's jetski death will discover tomorrow if he can attend her funeral.
Rydal Penrhos pupil James Dudley desperately wants to be at Hannah Sutton's funeral in Dunham Massey, Cheshire, on Friday.
The 16-year-old, of Victoria Park, Colwyn Bay, will meet lawyers today in Cyprus to see if he can say farewell to his girlfriend.
Devastated James was arrested after an horrific accident which saw his jetski smash into Hannah's at the Pissouri resort on Tuesday.
The tragedy happened in front of 16-year-old Hannah's mum, Lynn.
James' uncle Rhys Williams and mum Janette Dudley flew out to Cyprus to help him through his legal ordeal.
His dad Paul Dudley said yesterday: "They are meeting lawyers tomorrow and in the next couple of days we should find out whether James can come home.
"I bitterly regret not being able to fly out there myself to be with my son but it is just not possible.
"James and his mother are doing very well and it is a big thanks to the support of Hannah's mother, Mrs Sutton. They have helped each other tremendously through this terrible ordeal, which is going to last a great deal longer."
Speaking from Cyprus, Mr Williams added: "James is coming to terms with very trying times.
"We accept the process and are dealing with it, but it must be remembered it is nothing to what Hannah's family are going through. James is alive and she is not."
James was held in a Cypriot police cell for 24 hours with no food following the accidents.
Two local men who run the jetski firm where the teenagers hired the machines were also bailed until next week.
Both men and James face a charge of causing death by want of precaution due to recklessness or negligence.