Review says family deaths couldn't be prevented

The deaths of three children who were killed by their mother in Lowestoft could not have been prevented an investigation has found.

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The care of Lowestoft family was allowed to drift says report

The report into the deaths of a pregnant mum and her three children has said the tragedy could not have been prevented.

23-year old Fiona Anderson killed herself when she jumped from the roof of a multi-storey car park in Lowestoft in April last year.

Suffolk police later discovered the bodies of her three children, Levina, Addy and Kyden at the home they shared in Lowestoft.

Today's report by Suffolk's Safeguarding Children Board raised concerns over the initial use of a student social worker in the case which it said had been "allowed to drift."

Click above to watch a report by ITV Anglia's Malcolm Robertson.

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