Tributes and sympathy have continued to pour in for tragic school worker Lisa Kelly and her devastated family.
The 30-year-old education practitioner at Bamburgh School, in South Shields, died after collapsing in the school's car-park on Wednesday.
She leaves behind partner Gavin and twin daughters Jasmine and Scarlett Calvert.
Gazette readers have left scores of comments on our website and social media pages after learning of her death.
Those leaving tributes include former school pals and people who knew her daughters.
Corrina Danby said: "Devastated to hear the news about a dear old school friend. Have some lovely memories of you and you will be big missed.
"Thank you for being apart of my life. Absolute pleasure and privilege to know you and call you a friend. Beautiful girl never changed from school, always happy & smiling. Thinking of you, your girls, partner, family & friends RIP Lisa. xxx."
Kyahannion Anne Louise McPhee wrote: "RIP Miss Kelly, school is going to be so hard without your smile. You helped me a lot, now who is going to tell Bryan to take his huddie off in the dinner hall?
""We all love you so much miss. It's so hard to know you are not with us no more. My heart is broken into millions of pieces. xxxxxxxxxx. Sleep tight Miss Kelly. xxxxxxxxx.
"Heartbroken" Louise McAlpine added: "Cannot get her and her family out of my mind. RIP, devastating xxx."
Robert Houston wrote: "Sad news for everyone, best loved member of staff at Bamburgh School. She always smiled everyday regardless of the weather. RIP to a lovely woman."
Dom Blackburn said: "RIP. My thoughts go to the family, last school year I worked with her two little girls. They are absolutely little stars. Am so sad for them both."
Donna Mary Hooper added: "Absolutely heartbreaking. A mother and obviously her age. It makes me think about the simple things I moan about on a daily basis. I personally take life for granted ."
Katie Telford said: "So sad, too many young people taken away from their lovely family. I hope the family can eventually have the courage and strength to cope at this very sad time. xxx.
Gareth Bell commented: "Absolutely devastating. My heart goes out to Gav and those beautiful girls. x."
Lyndsey Blackstone wrote: "Heartbreaking, taken far too soon. Thinking of her dear family and especially her two beautiful daughters at this sad and difficult time. RIP Lisa. xx."