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Lowestoft: Mother and Children Found Dead

The bodies of three young children have been found shortly after a woman, believed to be their mother, died in a suspected fall.The children, aged three, two and 11 months, were discovered at a property in London Road South, Lowestoft, Suffolk.Suffolk Police said they were led to the address after being called out to the death of the woman who died from head injuries at a car park in the town.Police said it is believed the youngsters were the woman's children and they do not believe there is any threat to the wider community.A force statement said: "An area of Lowestoft was closed off this morning, Monday April 15, after a woman was found with severe head injuries."Police attended the incident in Gordon Road just after 8am. It is believed she fell from a car park."Ambulance and air ambulance attended, however the woman, who is believed to be in her twenties, was pronounced deceased on scene."Inquiries into the incident led police to an address in London Road South, Lowestoft, where the bodies of three children were discovered."Police are treating their deaths as suspicious and they will be taken to the James Paget Hospital at Gorleston for post-mortem examinations by a Home Office pathologist."Detective Superintendent John Brocklebank said: "We are in the early stages of a large investigation into what has happened. It is too early to be able to come up with a definitive explanation and we will be keeping an open mind."However from our initial inquiries we do not believe there is any threat to the wider community."Our priorities now are to establish the circumstances behind the woman's death and how it may be related to the deaths of the three children."

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