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Scots sisters die just days apart as heartbroken family plan to lay them to rest together

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Two Scots sisters are to be laid to rest together after dying just days apart.The “heartbroken” family of Shaunie and Shavanna Thomson, from Edinburgh, are planning a joint funeral after the siblings passed away within three weeks of each other following separate incidents.Tributes were paid to tragic mum-of-two Shaunie, 26, when she died suddenly on February 12, with heartbroken sister Shavanna, 21, sharing her grief at the loss of her “twin” online a week later.Now devastated relatives have revealed that Shavanna also died on Friday.Pals of the pair, from the Stenhouse area, said it had been “the worst news any family can receive” as donations poured in to help pay for the siblings’ funeral arrangements yesterday.Mary McGovern, who is organising the fundraiser, wrote on crowdfunding site GoFundMe: “The family have made the decision to have both girls funeral together which during the worst time of their life’s will also be finically difficult.“Rest easy girls we hope you have the best beds in heaven forever #26 #21.”Just days after her sister’s death, Shavanna told pals on Facebook that she was struggling with her grief.She said: “I’m going through the worst thing i could i miss my twin so much.”At the weekend, news of Shavanna’s death sparked a flurry of tributes to both sisters.Posting to Facebook, one family member wrote that she was “so heartbroken”.She said: “Why again have I lose another sister not even weeks later you both been taken away from us to soon.“I love you both forever and will miss you both really can’t believe I have lost the best to sister’s in the world.”One pal added: “R.I.P shavanna & Shaunie.

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