A SINGLE mum who rescued three of her children from a horrific caravan blaze, but was unable to save her two-year-old daughter, has been pictured.

Natasha Broadley, 34 and of Mansfield in Nottinghamshire, is grieving the tragic loss of little Louisiana-Brook.

The youngster died at the scene after the fire at Sealands Caravan Park in Ingoldmells, Lincolnshire.

Natasha and her surviving children are being cared for by her mum Donna.

Wellwishers have raised more than £12,000 for the family since horror unfolded at the holiday park on Monday night.

Miss Broadley shared a number of tributes to her late daughter on her Facebook page yesterday.

Meanwhile, Donna said the family's "hearts are broken" in a devastating tribute.

She posted photos of the little girl enjoying funfair rides on holiday – days before she died.

"Our hearts are broken as 'wee wee' was our baby of our family," Donna, 52, said.

"Tash gave her everything, she was her right leg.

"We as a family will be here for Tash and my grandchildren."

She shared photos of the little one with the caption 'last day having fun'.

Miss Broadley and the children had recently moved to Clipstone Village, near Mansfield.

Our hearts are broken – she was the baby of our family

Neighbours described her and the youngsters as "always smiling".

One said: "Tasha had taken the kids away on a caravan holiday last week.

"As you can imagine as a young family they were really looking forward to going to the seaside.

"What happened is absolutely terrible.

"You can imagine the terror that mother and her children must have gone through."


Another said Natasha had been "determined" to take her kids away – adding: "What's happened in simply heartbreaking."

Police forensic officers are working alongside fire service investigators in a bid to establish the cause of the blaze.

The fire is currently being treated as unexplained.

People holidaying nearby at the time of the blaze said: "We just heard screaming.

"The flames were so big they lit up our living room."

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