A village in Somerset has come together to remember a woman who was crushed to death in a landslide in Dorset.
Rosemary Snell died near the Beaminster Tunnel last month. Her body lay undiscovered for 10 days.
Today [Tuesday], 170 of people attended a memorial service in her home village of Misterton. Our Somerset Correspondent David Woodland sent this report.
Burglars have raided the home of Rosemary Snell who died in a landslide in Dorset
A man and woman who were found buried in a car under tons of mud in Beaminster Tunnel after a landslide have both been named.
It's believed Rosemary Snell from Misterton, was in a car with a friend when it was crushed by tonnes of mud during torrential rain.