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Thousands of properties were damaged in the winds, with even Buckingham Palace suffering two broken windows and a damaged roof. A farmer came round with his JCB truck to try and lift the tree off the crushed caravan. We were trying to console Tess while they tried to get Beth out.'There was no power because the electricity had gone off so we couldn't use any power tools.Miss Freeman was the storm's first victim, and her mother Tess spoke to her while firefighters and neighbours fought to free her but she died soon after. Neighbours were rallying to find a petrol run chainsaw which eventually someone did.I don't think he could have avoided it even if he had floored it.'I jumped out of the bus and ran to the car, and then thought, what am I going to do?There were other people who were walking past who stopped to help and a builder who jumped out of his van but the tree was too heavy to move.'He said: 'I thought about warning them to stay away as it is dangerous but thought they would tell me to go away as they were young lads.It is believed that while passengers escaped serious injury - the driver has been taken to hospital Collapsed scaffolding at London Bridge station, one of the busiest commuter hubs.It is almost deserted as the storm caused the majority of trains in the south-east to be suspended until 9am yesterday Passengers on one London Midland train leaving Northampton at 7am bound for Euston station in London were heavily delayed and only got as far as Tring in Hertfordshire before having to make a return journey.Council leader Cllr Susan Hall said: 'This is an absolute tragedy and everyone is devastated.
Witnesses told police the vehicle blew over at 8am, rolling onto its side and coming to a stop in a field in Hadleigh.
'He was always cheerful, and passionate about his job keeping our streets clean.
His council colleagues are finding this very hard to deal with.
We are aware there were a number of drivers who may have seen events leading up to the incident who did not stop at the scene.'The Met Office said wind reached more than 99mph at the Needles on the Isle of Wight at 5am, but less exposed areas are also being buffeted by 70mph gusts.
In Watford the winds claimed another life when a red Peugeot was struck by a tree.