A mother of four boys killed in a London house fire when they were left at home said she would “never get over” their loss.
Devika Rose has revealed how she struggled with having to live without two sets of twin sons Kayson and Bryson Huth, four, and Leighton and Logan, three, after a fire engulfed their Sutton home on Thursday.
Police said they had arrested a 27-year-old woman on suspicion of child neglect but had been released on bail until mid-January.
Kyson and Bryson Hoath, four, and Leyton and Logan, three, died in a house fire in Sutton on Third Day
Devika Rose revealed that she struggled with having to live without two sets of twin sons for the rest of her life
Rose said, according to The Times: “Bryson, Kayson, Logan, and Leighton were my children, they were my child, they were my life and my world.
They were my heart and my soul and they were my everything. Everything seems so surreal. I can not work.
Hell broke through the ground floor of the house, drowning the four boys in thick smoke.
The children were pulled from the fire by firefighters but tragically they were not rescued and they were pronounced dead at the hospital.
More than 60 firefighters in eight engines were involved in the “severe” fire and it took 90 minutes to get it under control.
Brothers Kayson and Bryson, four, and Leighton and Logan, three, died after a fire broke out in their home in Sutton, south London, on Thursday.
Rose said her four children loved school, dancing, playing in the garden and being with their families.
She added, “I can’t get over it, and I will never get over it.
They light up everyone’s world and I’ll always be sorry they’re gone so soon. They planned a lot and now they are gone. I get up and look at their Christmas tree and look at their clothes, Liverpool [football] several, their dresses from Cocomelon, and their drawings.
The devastated father of the twin boys, Dalton Huth, 28, said they are “intelligent, loving, loving boys but mostly sons, brothers, great-grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nephews and cousins.”
The wrecked father of two sets of twins, Dalton Hoth, with his children over the summer
He said in a statement: ‘We would like to thank all the emergency services that have done so much to try to save our boys, as well as the local community who have come together at this difficult time.
‘I would like to ask my family to give time to grieve in private.
They will be forever in my heart and in my thoughts, I love Dad.
“It is very heartbreaking because their presents were all piled under the tree ready for them,” added the grieving grandfather of two sets of twin brothers who were killed in the Sutton house fire.
Since then a makeshift shrine of flowers, balloons, toys and soccer scarves has been piled up outside the burning porch house where the twins died.
A makeshift shrine of flowers, balloons, toys and soccer scarves was piled outside the burning porch house where the twins died
He left balloons in honor of the four brothers. Grieving family members and locals left handwritten phrases on the four children, who are often pictured holding hands together.
Family members and grieving locals left handwritten phrases on the four children, who are often pictured holding hands together.
One note says: “Santa will deliver your gifts to heaven for you. Stay entangled forever.”
Police investigations are continuing. Senior Superintendent Dave Stringer said: ‘Everyone at the Metropolitan Police is with the family and friends of the four boys who lost their lives in this tragic accident.
Local investigators are continuing to investigate and will work with colleagues from the London Fire Brigade to determine the cause of the fire and investigate any other related issues.