Lowestoft deaths: Minute's silence for car park mum

Fiona Anderson
Image caption Fiona Anderson said on Facebook she would "never let" anybody hurt her children

A minute's silence is being held in Lowestoft, a week on from the deaths of a pregnant woman and her three children.

Fiona Anderson was seen to "jump" from a car park in the town at about 08:00 BST last Monday.

Hours later, her children were found dead in a bedroom at her home.

Members of Lowestoft group, Christians Together, have called on people to observe a minute's silence at 08:00 BST.

Heavily pregnant Ms Anderson, who sustained head injuries, was pronounced dead at the scene in Gordon Road along with her unborn baby, an inquest has heard.

The bodies of Levina, three, Addy, two, and 11-month-old Kyden, were discovered in London Road South, Lowestoft.

Officers have said they are not looking for any suspects in relation to the deaths.

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