TV star Terry Nutkins" daughter saves four children from freezing Loch Ness after their family car plunges 100ft into the water


Daughter of late TV star Terry Nutkins saves four children after her car plunges into freezing Loch NessJennifer MacMillan, 34, rescued her children and teenage sisters from waterWitness said the family were lucky to be alive after car skidded off the roadFather Terry Nutkins died of cancer aged 66 just four months ago

behind her and enjoying the new year.

Mr Nutkins died of leukaemia in September aged 66, in the village of Glenelg where he lived with his family, including Ms MacMillan.

He was well known for presenting BBC nature programmes aimed at children such as Animal Magic and The Really Wild Show.

Popular presenter: Terry Nutkins pictured with Chris Rogers and Gail McKenna for ITV series Brilliant Creatures in 2000. Nutkins died in September 2012

Popular presenter: Terry Nutkins pictured with Chris Rogers and Gail McKenna for ITV series Brilliant Creatures in 2000. Nutkins died in September 2012