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She travelled to her home in Derry before going to Letterkenny University Hospital to see her surviving child and to identify the bodies of the rest of her family.
'My heart is shattered,' she said, as she described Mr Mc Grotty as a wonderful partner and adoring father and spoke of her 'disbelief, pain and anger'.
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Ms James said she had tried to contact both her partner and her sister but could not reach them.
When she landed in Belfast, she was informed that five members of her family had died.
A hero who dived into freezing water to save a baby girl in a tragedy that killed a family of five today slammed his former girlfriend who is suing over the stress of watching them die.
He added: 'It was a big envelope full of legal documents - hard for the ordinary man in the street to understand,' he said.'Then I saw the name Knox and realised it was from the girl that took the baby when she was brought out of the water that day.'But he said he was unsure why he was sent the documents because he is not the executor of his late son's estate.
Ms Knox has controversially lodged a claim for 'loss of earnings' as a result of the accident.
She sent a letter claiming compensation to the Mc Grotty family - although her sister today claimed that she is suing the local council.
The bereft woman who lost her mother, partner, sister and two little boys in the Buncrana drowning tragedy told an inquest how she knew something was wrong the moment she got a phone call alerting her to the tragedy.
Louise James told the hearing that she had last seen her family on Friday, March 18, when her partner Sean Mc Grotty and the two boys had left her at a friend's house ahead of a hen weekend in Liverpool.
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