The grandfather of a 17-year-old girl who died in a flat fire with her baby daughter in Derbyshire has paid tribute to the "loveable children" as he laid flowers at the scene today.
Amy Smith and her six-month-old daughter Ruby-Grace Gaunt, died in the blaze at her home in Langley Mill along with family friend Edward Green, also 17.
Trevor Smith, who laid flowers at the scene along with his mother and Amy's great grandmother Jean, said: "We're going to miss them all. They were just loveable children.
"I've watched them all growing up and we're going to sadly miss all of them. We're just devastated."
Jean said baby Ruby had suffered from a hole in the heart.
She said: "I think she'd (Amy) be too frightened to jump because of the baby. If she'd have jumped and the baby had got hurt she'd never have forgiven herself."
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