Tributes and donations have poured in for a woman who died near the London Marathon finishing line yesterday.
Claire Squires, who was running for the Samaritans, collapsed on the final stretch of the 26.2 mile course, she was given medical attention but died at the scene.
People have visited Ms Squires' JustGiving page to leave tributes to the 30-year-old.
More than £218,000 has now been donated to her JustGiving page where she had left this message:
Tests will be carried out to establish how Ms Squires died in the coming days.
The organisers of the London Marathon released a statement sending their "condolences" to Ms Squires friends and family.
The 30-year-old hairdresser collapsed in Birdcage Walk near St James's Park on the final stretch of the 26.2 mile course.
Ms Squires was running for the Samaritans because her mother has volunteered for the charity for more than 20 years.
Samaritans' Rachel Kirby-Rider told ITV News that they were "devastated" on hearing about her death, and expressed their condolences to her family.
The charity have now said that any donations made towards Ms Squires' donation page, will go towards a tribute fund, in which her family will decide which projects the money should go towards.
Ms Squires is the 11th participant to die since the event began in 1981.