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Grenfell Tower inquiry: Family tribute leaves aunt distraught -  Grenfell Tower inquiry: Family tribute leaves aunt distraught  24 May 2018              Related Topics  Grenfell Tower fire                  Image copyright                  Grenfell InquiryImage caption                      Amaya Tuccu-Ahmedin's aunt said she would continue "planning" her niece's life  The aunt of a three-year-old girl who died in the Grenfell Tower fire has broken down as she told the blaze inquiry how much she had been looking forward to seeing her niece grow up.  Amaya Tuccu-Ahmedin died with her mother Amal Ahmedin 35 and father Mohamednur Tuccu 44.  Ms Ahmedin's sister Winta said she would "continue planning" Amaya's life.  "What she would be doing today tomorrow her 10th birthday her 18th her 21st and the rest of her life."  Who were the victims?  What can we expect from the inquiry?  Amaya and Amal were found next to each other in the lobby of the 23rd-floor lobby while the body of Mr Tuccu was found outside the building. Amna Mahmud Idris one of Amal's cousins also died on the night of 14 June last year while visiting the family.  Winta recalled sharing a bedroom with her sister when growing up and how Amal used to hold her tightly when she had bad dreams.  She told the public inquiry: "That's where they were when they were burned alive holding each other tight trying to squeeze the nightmare away."  She added: "To this day and the rest of my life I will never accept that they are gone and that I will never be able to see them again and I will never be able to feel their warmth their kind and loving hearts."  Another of Amal's sisters Feruza Afewerki said she "still hadn't been able to make sense of the senseless deaths of innocent and precious lives".  She told the hearing: "Those we grew up with who shared our fondest memories with celebrated and mourned have had their lives stolen from them while the whole of London watched."  Day-by-day: the inquiry so far  Day 1: Tribute to baby as Grenfell inquiry opens  Day 2: Families walk out as Grenfell video shown  Day 3: Victim's son 'prays for death' to join father in heaven  In a video tribute to the family Mr Tuccu's brother Ibrahim Toukou recalled their growing up in Eritrea and said his whole family were still unable to come to terms with their loss.                   Image copyright                  Grenfell Tower InquiryImage caption                      Mr Tuccu's brother paid tribute to the family in a video  He had not told his children of their relatives' deaths instead saying the trio had gone on a trip.  He stayed in contact with his security guard brother from his then home in Saudi Arabia over Facebook adding: "I used to dream of us being reunited I dreamed of us being together as brothers with our families and children.   "When I heard the news of the fire I was just praying they would be alive so we could have a chance to meet at least once as a family."  In a tribute to Eritrea-born Amna Mahmud Idris her husband Ibrahim said: "She was all my life... now I have lost the support. She would support me at all times."  He added: "She came to live with me in the UK in March 2016. After one year I lost her forever."  Sisters reunited  The five members of the Begum family were among the other people being remembered on the fourth day of the inquiry into the fire in North Kensington in which 72 people died.                   Image copyright                  Grenfell InquiryImage caption                      The Begum family lived on the 17th floor of Grenfell Tower  Kamru Miah 79 Rabeya Begum 64 Mohammed Hamid 27 Mohammed Hanif 26 and Husna Begum 22 were found on the 17th floor where they lived.  The sole remaining immediate family member Mohammed Hakim said in his tribute to his parents and siblings: "I can say with my hand on my heart that I am extremely proud of my family remaining close to each other in their last moments before passing away.  "I am even more proud as a brother that my siblings did not leave my parents behind even though they might have had the chance to escape."  At the inquiry  By Duncan Leatherdale BBC News  The families of those killed in Grenfell are very much at the heart of these hearings.  That was what the chairman Sir Martin Moore-Bick wanted and so far he has been true to his word.  Every person who has wanted to speak has been allowed to do so entirely at their own pace.   Some who had said they did not want to pay tribute have having seen how the first three days unfolded decided they do want to take part for example the family of Victoria King and Alexandra Atala.  Some 10 or so relatives of the Tuccu family were on stage with all invited to speak four doing so.  One family earlier gave Sir Martin a painting of Grenfell Tower which sits on an easel at the front of the room. Today's gift was bread two Lebanese loaves.  One is for the hearing's ushers the other for Sir Martin himself and "if they are well behaved" he said for his team.  The day's proceedings opened with a written commemoration for Victoria King 71 and her daughter Alexandra Atala 40 made by Ms King's older sister Penny Pearce                   Image copyright                  Met PoliceImage caption                      Victoria King was reunited with her sister shortly before the fire  Ms Pearce said that she had lost touch with her sister in the years leading up to the tragedy but a short time beforehand had managed to trace Ms King with help from the Salvation Army.  Pictures of the two sisters as young girls were shown on screen at the inquiry as Ms Pearce's statement was read out saying: "The time we had back in touch meant a great deal. I wish it had been much longer."                   Image copyright                  Grenfell InquiryImage caption                      A childhood picture of Victoria King (right) and her sister was shown during the tribute  Speaking of her sister and niece who died on the 20th floor Ms Pearce added: "They were and are still together and that is what is most important.  "The fire is a tragedy for all of us."  The post Grenfell Tower inquiry: Family tribute leaves aunt distraught appeared first on BetterNews.info - news website.