Of Indian origin woman, twin daughters found dead in UK
A laboratory technician school of Indian origin and her two daughters were found dead under mysterious circumstances at their home in northwest London.
Heena Solanki, 34, was found dead with Prish, 4, and Jasmine, 9, at their home in Ruislip in London on Friday, police said.
“The police were called at about 6:40 p.m. Friday. These deaths are treated as unexplained at this stage,” a Scotland Yard spokesman was quoted as saying in the local media today.
Moments after paramedics and police arrived at the house, the police ordered neighbors to close all doors and windows, saying that there had been a “chemical incident” there, according to a report.
Witnesses said police had also removed what appeared to be a suitcase and a series of tubes.
Heena’s parents lived with his 42-year-old Kalpesh husband was a holiday when the incident occurred.
Meanwhile conflicting reports emerged in the local media with some saying Kalpesh made the gruesome discovery of their bodies when he returned home, while some neighbors called the police saying fearing a gas leak.
Heena worked in a secondary school and would know how to brew a concoction of killer chemicals. Last night, an evidence bag marked “caution hazard to health” has been removed by the agents, the Mirror reported.
Facebook page states Heena She studied at the University of Southern Gujarat until 2002.
Some media said Heena poisoned her daughters before killing himself in what police are naming a “toxic chemical reaction.”
Shocked friends and neighbors gathered outside the house yesterday which was completed and a probe is on.
“I saw these people come into the house chemical protective suits. I could not believe what was happening. They were a happy family and children were adorable little kids, “said a neighbor.
Another neighbor who did not want to be named, said: “Last night, the police knocked on the door saying everyone inside and close their windows because there had been a chemical incident.”