Joanna Toole, 36, from Exmouth and now living in Rome, was likewise killed in the crash.
Ms Toole, who worked for the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, was going to the UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi.
Her father, Adrian Toole, told Devon Live she was an “exceptionally delicate and cherishing individual” and had worked for universal creature welfare associations for the last 15 years.
“Everybody was extremely glad for her and the work she did, we’re still in a state of shock,” he said.”Joanna was really one of those individuals who you never heard an awful word
Ethiopian Airlines said it had reached the groups of the considerable number of unfortunate victims, who originated from 35 countries – including 18 Canadians, nine Ethiopians and eight Americans.The cause of the disaster isn’t yet known.
In any case, the pilot had announced troubles and had requested to come back to Addis Ababa, the aircraft said.Another plane of a similar model was associated with an accident under five months prior, when a Lion Air flight collided with the ocean close Indonesia with about 190 individuals ready.

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