The son of one of the victims killed in the New Year's Day 2012 massacre in Horden, County Durham has spoken of his family's heartbreak.
It's a year to the day that Susan McGoldrick was killed by her partner Michael Atherton. Atherton also shot dead Susan's sister and niece Alison and Tanya Turnbull.
He then shot himself while others, including Susan's daughter Laura, fled from the house.
An IPCC report has been critical of why Atherton was allowed a gun licence despite having a history of physically abusing his partner, Susan, and threatening to shoot himself.
The family say they've been dreading the first anniversary of the three women's deaths.
An inquest into the deaths will be held in the Spring.