A 12-year-old girl was killed in a Nottingham house fire this week – as tributes have been paid to the “polite and sweet” girl.
Tasmia Haque died in hospital on Wednesday following the blaze at a home in Sneinton.
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Cops confirmed the tragic death of the Year 8 pupil at Nottingham Academy.
Nottingham’s Jamia Masjid Sultania mosque paid tribute to the youngster, writing on Facebook: “Our beautiful student from our Madrassa Tasmia Haque aged 12 has suddenly passed away.
“She was always known to be a very polite, sweet and warm girl.
“Always smiling and full of life. She will be dearly missed by us all.”
Detective Inspector Sam Austin, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “All of our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with Tasmia’s family, friends and loved ones at this difficult time.
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“A file is being prepared for the coroner. We are not looking for anyone else in relation to Tasmia’s death.
‘This is an extremely sensitive case that has understandably provoked emotion and caused great sadness within the local community.
“We would be very grateful if the family’s privacy could be respected and we’d also ask social media users to be mindful of comments they are making at this extremely difficult time.”
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