The deaths of a mother who killed her three children before jumping from a car park in Suffolk could not have been prevented, an investigation has found.
23 year old Fiona Anderson, who was heavily pregnant, died in April 2013 after jumping from a car park in Lowestoft, Suffolk.
Police discovered the bodies of Levina, 3, Addy, 2, and 11-month-old Kyden, at their home in London Road South, several hours later. Tests showed they died from drowning.
Officers later said they were not looking for anybody else in connection with the incident.
Suffolk Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) has today published its Serious Case Review into how public agencies worked with the Anderson family prior to the deaths.
It found that attempts to engage with the family had failed but there were no warning signs to suggest the children were in immediate danger.
Although procedures were followed, the report found that the lack of progress was not challenged by managers of other professionals.
It identified 13 'learning points', aimed at preventing future tragedies.