Ex-Deutsche Bank exec dies in flooded stream

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Sad to report.

A woman found dead in a flooded stream in North Wales earlier this week was a former banking executive who died trying to restore her water supply.

The Daily Telegraph reports that Susan Hewitt, 49, was found in the water near her home in Bethesda, Gwynedd, on Monday after severe storms turned the small stream into a violent torrent.

The former Deutsche Bank executive, who had retired to the area with her husband Michael, is thought to have fallen in while attempting to reposition a pipe used to supply water to nearby houses.

Her mother Valerie Jones, 75, said: 'Susan was such a pretty, kind, gentle and lovely person. People keep telling me they had never met anyone so nice. I have been left with a big hole inside.'

Neighbours said she had gone to check on the pipe earlier in the day after it was swept aside by the current, meaning its mouth was blocked, and had said she would do so again later.

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