Family and friends of teenager Jayden Parkinson came together to remember the seventeen year old.
The formal identification process that will confirm that the body found is that of Jayden Parkinson will continue today.
Eight fire engines and 45 firefighters attended the scene at 5.05am after receiving reports of a serious fire at the three-storey block.
The cause of death of Jayden Parkinson has now been determined.
Jayden's body was found in an established grave in the Great Western Cemetery next to All Saints Church, Didcot, on 18 December last year.
An initial post mortem carried by a Home Office pathologist on 19 December last year proved inconclusive, so toxicology tests were requested.
Those results have now been received.
Thames Valley Police can confirm that the cause of death is consistent with pressure to the neck.
Jayden’s family has been informed and specially-trained family liaison officers continue to support the family.
Thames Valley Police has arrested a third person in their investigation into the murder of a teenager in Didcot.
A 48-year-old woman from Didcot was arrested this morning at about 8.20am on suspicion of perverting the course of justice.
The woman is currently in police custody at this time.
The body of Jayden Parkinson was found in an established grave in the Great Western Cemetery next to All Saints Church, Didcot, on 18th December last year.
A man has been airlifted to hospital after a crash in Oxfordshire during this evening's rush hour.
Thames Valley Police were called to Milton Road in Didcot just before 5pm this evening.
A lorry and a van had collided. Firefighters released the van driver, and he was then taken to hospital by air ambulance.
The funeral for Oxfordshire teenager Jayden Parkinson will be held today, near her former hometown of Folkestone in Kent. Jayden's body was discovered in a disturbed grave at All Saints Church in Didcot, in December.
Last month, a memorial service took place at the Church, attended by pupils from her school. Her ex-boyfriend Ben Blakeley has been charged with her murder.
The A4130 is closed in both directions at Didcot due to a two vehicle accident between Wallingford Road (Didcot) and Didcot Road (Wallingford). Emergency services are on the scene.
A memorial service will be held for murdered teenager Jayden Parkinson in 10 days time at the same church where her body was found.
Family and friends will gather at All Saint's Church in Didcot, just yards from where she was buried in a grave.
Jayden vanished whilst in Didcot, Oxford on 3rd December last year.
Whilst a search for the teenager continued, her boyfriend was arrested over her disappearance.
Seventeen days later, her body was discovered in the grave.
Boyfriend Ben Blakeley was charged with her murder and perverting the course of justice.
Temporary traffic lights and gas main work is continuing on the A4130 Abingdon Road in Didcot both ways between B4016 Lady Grove and B4016 Broadway. It's being ongoing since around 1pm yesterday.
An inquest will open this afternoon into the death of 17-year-old Jayden Parkinson. Her body was found in a recently disturbed grave in Didcot last week. The inquest is scheduled to open at 1pm at Oxfordshire Coroner's Court this afternoon.
Video. They gathered at the church where a murdered teenager's body was discovered just a few days before. Family and friends of Jayden Parkinson were united in grief at a service where they sang hymns and said prayers for the 17-year-old.
She had been missing for a fortnight before her family's worst fears were confirmed. Richard Slee reports, talking to Reverend Karen Beck of All Saint's Church.