A witness who made a 999 call to police on the day Rachael Slack and her son, Auden, were found dead has told the inquest jury that Rachael Slack was a very nice and kind girl.
The jury also heard audio of an emergency call on the 2nd June 2010 in which Mrs Norma Way told the operator she had heard screams coming from Rachael Slack's house, and that it had then gone quiet.
Mrs Way also told the jury that she saw Rachael Slack in the window with Andrew Cairns stood behind her.
She said Rachael Slack looked, 'very strained and very frightened.'
A Coroner's report has made recommendations after an inquest found Rachael Slack and her son were unlawfully killed by her former partner.
A timeline of the events surrounding the stabbing of Rachael Slack, Andrew Cairns and their two-year old son, Auden.
The inquest on a mentally ill patient found stabbed to death with his ex-partner and their son in Derbyshire will hear further evidence.