THE devastated family of a two-year-old girl killed in an "unexplained" caravan fire today warned: "This should never happen again".
Louisiana-Brook died following the horror at Sealands Caravan Park in Ingoldmells, Lincs.
Her mum Natasha Broadley and three of the toddler's siblings managed to escape the holiday home as it went up in flames.
Police are treating the fire as unexplained but are not sure what caused the blaze.
A heartbroken family member has now issued a chilling warning to holidaymakers after the tragedy on Monday.
She told The Sun Online: "Check your boilers twice, make sure they are serviced and not faulty, fit fire alarms as you would at home.
“Check and check again. Keeping safe saves life and we must safe more lives. This must never happen again.”
Tributes have flooded in for the youngster, who was originally from Newark, Notts.
Louisiana-Brook's gran Donna Broadley posted a series of heartbreaking snaps of the beaming youngster as she enjoyed her time at the holiday park.
The grieving relative said the touching images showed the toddler on her "last day having fun".
She said: "Our hearts are broken as 'wee wee' was our baby of our family.
"Tash gave her everything, she was her right leg.
"Our hearts are broken.
"We as a family will be here for Tash and my grandchildren."
A GoFundMe page has been launched to help Natasha – known as Tash – and her family following the tragedy.
Laurie Selfridge, who started the fundraiser, said: "As yesterday’s tragic news has broken all our hearts .. only god knows what pain Natasha and her children are going through right now.
"Their life has been torn apart in a million ways . Their baby sister so tragically taken from them all .. if only we can give Tasha some peace at this time by helping her in any way u can would be so appreciated.
"Please donate anything u can".
Emergency crews were scrambled to the blaze on Monday night.
After being rushed to hospital, the mum and kids received medical attention and have since been released.
Lincolnshire Police have urged anyone with information to come forward.
Detective Inspector Jo Fortune, Senior Investigating Officer, said: “This is a devastating incident for all involved. We are in the very early stages of our investigations and the circumstances which led to the fire are not yet clear. We will be working closely with specialist teams to understand what happened.
“This is particularly harrowing, with a family losing a child, and we’d ask that people remember those victims and not share footage online."
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