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"You have gone from our lives but you will never be forgotten."
This morning a three car cortege containing the adult coffins in two separate hearses and the children's coffins in a third visited the scene of the tragedy.
One resident who came out to say goodbye said: "It's just so incredibly sad."
The mosque which was packed with mourners.
Sobbing, she added: "My beautiful mum, my beautiful little sister and my little baby niece and nephews.
the cortege, stopping at each hearse and touching the windows to pay their last respects.
The service comprised of Islamic and Urdu readings, as well as some in English, and traditional prayers and song.
"We would like to express our appreciation to South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue and the paramedic teams for their exhaustive efforts on that tragic night."We would like to thank the police for the respectful and sensitive manner in which they have conducted the investigation.
"We hope with the passage of time the shock may subside and the pain ease.
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Nazia said: "We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude for the overwhelming support shown by our extended family, friends, neighbours and the people of Sheffield at a time of immense grief and utter shock at losing five of our dearly loved family members.
Nazia Parwaiz Kayani, aged 32, wept as she spoke at the Masjid Mosque on Wolseley Road ahead of the family's funerals which took place this afternoon.
his seven year old brother Amaan, their nine week old sister Minahil and their aunt, Mrs Begum's daughter, Anum Parwaiz, 20, died after a blaze broke out at their home in Wake Road, Nether Edge, last Monday.
There were heartbreaking scenes as men and women, clutching flowers, wept loudly as the funeral cortege pulled up outside the Kayani family home.
"She made the ultimate sacrifice.
The burial took place afterwards at City Road Cemetery.
A woman who lost her mother, sister and three nieces and nephews in a tragic house fire in Sheffield said today her mother made the sacrifice trying to save her loved ones.
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Family and friends gathered on the street and many struggled to hold back their heartbreak when the hearses arrived.
Over 2,500 mourners gathered for the funeral at the Masjid Mosque today.
"We will always cherish their precious memories with heavy hearts."
Around 300 stood outside to listen to the proceedings via loudspeakers.
Dozens of floral tributes and candles remain outside the family home.
Speaking ahead of the service, Waheed Akhtar, chairman of Madina Mosque, said the family had been residing at the mosque and today was the first time they had been home.
"May Allah bless them all and grant them eternal peace."
Mrs Begum, her three grandchildren, Adyan Parwaiz Kayani, aged nine, Nike Air Presto Black And White Jd
Describing the 'selfless heroism' of her 'beloved mother' Shabina Begum, aged 54, Nazia said: "She went back into the house to try and rescue the family that she adored.
"We would also like to acknowledge the bravery of our cousin, who risked his own life to try and rescue the family, and thank him for his efforts.
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The coffins were draped in heavily embroidered blankets.
Nazia's father Sultan Parvaiz Kayani, aged 61, wept as Nike Air Presto Black Pack Buy his daughter paid tribute to his wife.
Funeral of Sheffield fire victims held
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