Lanterns are released over Lowestoft in memory of Fiona Anderson and her children

People on the promenade in Lowestoft releasing lanterns into the evening sky in memory of Fiona Ande

People on the promenade in Lowestoft releasing lanterns into the evening sky in memory of Fiona Anderson and her three children.Picture: James Bass - Credit: James Bass

Thank you for you support.

That was the heartfelt message tonight to the people of Lowestoft from the grieving family of Fiona Anderson and her children who were found dead on Monday.

Tonight hundreds of people gathered on Lowestoft seafront to release lanterns to pay their respects to Miss Anderson and her children, Levina, Addy and Kyden.

Amid tearful scenes, Miss Anderson's family - parents Chris and Kerry and sisters, Laura and Claire - released a lantern which soared poignantly into the sky and was soon joined by a small army of other lanterns heading out over the coast.

After the lantern release the family wanted to thank the large number of people who had turned up to show their support for them and also to the wider community which has become united in shock and sadness.


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Laura Anderson said: 'We would like to say thank you for everyone for their support.'

A heavily pregnant Miss Anderson, 23, died after she fell from the multi-storey car-park in Gordon Road on Monday morning.

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Police then went to her home in London Road South and found the bodies of her three children - Levina, aged three, Addy, aged two and 11-month-old Kyden.

See tomorrow's EDP for a full report with pictures

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