Friends,neighbours and complete strangers have laid card flowers and soft toys at the home of Six year old Keziah Flux-Edmonds in East Cowes on the Isle of Wight.
The horrific incident has left the close island community in shock after the death a popular 6 year old Queensgate Primary School pupil who had dreams of wanting to grow up and be a princess. The young girl was found next to her father, Darren Flux-Edmonds, 44, who was also pronounced dead yesterday along with two family dogs at the £250,000 four-bedroomed house on Cromwell Avenue in East Cowes.
She was rushed to hospital less than 24 hours ago after being found by her mum and close friend at the property.
Police and specialists have spent the morning removing items covered in brown paper bags from the property whilst fellow classmates many close to or in tears trying to come to terms with this the tragic loss of their friend. Local workers at the near by building laid flowers and big white teddy.
Em Cotter said : Just utterly heartbreaking. Sending love to the family and friends of this beautiful little girl and thinking of all who responded yesterday in trying to save her, police, paramedics and hospital staff. The community are thinking of you all.
Lisa Horner Oh she is so so beautiful 😢 R.I.P little angel xx
Whatever was going on or happened I hope keziah and her daddy are now at peace .