The cause of a house explosion which killed two people in Newark has now been confirmed.
Experts have determined at least 18 cans of foam filler had been used in a short space of time within a confined cellar area resulting in the major explosion in Wright Street, Newark, around 5.10pm on Sunday 19 May 2013.
The bodies of Leslie Rourke, 71, and daughter-in-law Jeanette Rourke, 40, were found inside, after the mid-terraced house collapsed.
Several people were evacuated from their homes and the road was closed while the emergency services carried out a thorough investigation of the scene. A 42-year-old man sustained serious injuries and smoke inhalation, while a woman and two children were also treated for smoke inhalation.
At the inquest into the deaths of Leslie and Jeanette Rourke, the coroner determined that their deaths were accidental.
Speaking after the inquest, the family said: