The final part of the tree which killed a 21 year old woman in Exeter two weeks ago has been removed. Michelle Conroy, who was homeless, had been living under the tree in the city centre when it blew over in strong winds. Two men were also injured.
Tributes have been paid to a rough sleeper who died in Exeter when a tree fell on a tent she was in during the recent storms and floods.
Tributes have been left on Facebook to 21 year old Michelle Conroy, 21.
The Rev Canon Anna Norman-Walker, a Diocesan Missioner at Exeter Cathedral, said Ms Conroy was a regular visitor to the Friday Night Cafe at St Petcock's Church. She told the Express and Echo:
Ms Conroy's family live away from Devon and are due to travel to Exeter on Friday to formally identify her
A homeless woman killed by a falling tree in Exeter last week has been named locally as 21-year-old Michelle Conroy.
She'd been camping under the tree in the city centre when it was blown over in strong winds on Saturday night.
Two men were also injured in the accident but released from hospital after treatment.
Exeter City Council has expressed its sympathy to relatives and friends of the woman killed by a falling tree at the weekend.
It follows the death of a 21-year-old woman on Saturday night. The woman, who had yet to be named was killed when a tree fell on the tent that she was sleeping in on Western Way, Exeter.
The Prime Minister David Cameron has today expressed his shock at the flooding which has hit the South West. He's promised to "ensure everything is being done to help" after a woman died in Exeter.
The woman became a second victim to the horrendous weather this week. She was killed after being trapped in a fallen tree. On Thursday, a man died after his car became stuck under a bridge in Chew Stoke in Somerset.
Our reporter Bob Cruwys has the latest report on the death of a woman from Exeter following severe weather conditions last night.
Here's the latest update on the tree death in Exeter from our reporter Bob Cruwys who's at the scene.