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I loved my brother Luke, because he was a lovely baby. I miss him very much when he came into my life I went 'yes!' because I loved him with all my heart. When he died it was a sad time, from Raymond.

Matthew Laurence Waitt, My dear well missed brother. He is my angel but before you were real, a real survivor, always there

My Dad. My Dad was fantastic, he was the best Dad in the world. I loved him so much, my Mum loved him too. Everyone in the family loved him, all my brothers and sisters too. But when he died it was a major catastrophe and my Mum had his favourite song playing called 'Return to Enigma'. My Dad. Life with my Dad was a life of never ending love I felt for him no one will ever know but me. I remember all the good and block out all the bad, there is no better person than my Dad, from natalie aged 13, I love you dad and never stop loving you x

I am very upset that my friend, Kayleigh, was killed at the railway station. I liked being her cousin. I would like to mention her sister Zara - she says she is very upset because she was her sister. We love you. From Katrina

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