Families of the elderly victims of a nursing home fire have been paying tribute to their lost loved ones.
Cards and flowers have been left at the scene
It comes as churches have dedicated prayers to those who were killed in the blaze at the Rosepark Care Home in Uddingston.
Investigators are trying to establish how smoke from a burning cupboard could have caused their deaths.
The death toll rose from 10 to 12 after two women being treated in hospital died on Sunday.
Four other women and one man remain in hospital.
The scale of the tragedy is believed to be linked to the fact that many of the victims had been sleeping with their bedroom doors open.
John Carlin, who lost his older sister Mary McKenna in Saturday's fire, said from
his home nearby: "She was my sister. I have just seen the body. I'm just too
gutted for words."
John Lappin, from nearby Bellshill - whose 83-year-old mother Margaret died in
the fire - spoke tearfully of his loss.
"I can't really think straight, because of the shock of the whole thing," he said.
"She had gone through a lot in her life."
Floral tributes and candles have been laid at the scene of the fire in remembrance of those who died.
The chaplain for Rosepark, who led a monthly Sunday service there, described those who died as "special, precious and irreplaceable".
Reverend Michael Lyall paid tribute to all the residents, families and staff
at the nursing home during a service at Viewpark Parish Church.
He said: "As the full horror of yesterday became clear many of those faces that we
have come to know so well flashed through our minds."
At the town's Saint Columba's Church, the Bishop of Motherwell Joseph Divine
led about 150 men, women and children in a service.
Prayers were said for the victims of the fire and their families, for the conditions of elderly people still in hospital and for "distraught care staff".
Bishop Divine said many friends and family of the victims were in the
congregation, including two sisters of a woman who died.
The bodies of the fire victims were removed from the scene on Saturday night and taken to Glasgow City Mortuary for post mortem examinations to be carried out.
A fleet of hearses took the bodies away
A police spokesman said that process would continue throughout Sunday, with formal identification taking place prior to each post mortem.
The full list of the deceased was not expected to be released until Monday.
First Minister Jack McConnell has ordered his health and fire services ministers, Malcolm Chisholm and Cathy Jamieson, to update his cabinet this week on any early findings from investigations into the blaze.
It is understood that one line of inquiry is the possibility it was started by an electrical fault.
The Scottish Executive is considering whether or not to approve a backbench
bill which could require various multiple residency homes to install fire sprinklers.
A check on the home's safety equipment was carried out only two months ago and no faults were discovered.
And staff carried out an emergency drill at the 43-bed facility on New Edinburgh Road less than two weeks ago.
Jacqui Roberts, the chief executive of the care home regulator, the Scottish Care Commission, told BBC Radio Five Live: "We need to be very aware that elderly people in care homes are very frail and very vulnerable and not at all mobile."
The Queen, the first minister and local MP John Reid all sent their sympathies to families.
And Prime Minister Tony Blair said the thoughts of the entire UK would be with the
In a statement its owners, Tom and Anne Balmer, said everyone connected with the home was "devastated" by the "tragic loss of life".
Relatives and friends of residents at Rosepark Nursing Home can contact a
helpline on 01698 483 200.