Some of the victims of White Island volcano disaster. The eruption on White Island is viewed from the Bay of Plenty coastline on December 9. The boys were students at Knox Grammar school in Sydney’s north and died in hospital on Sunday. At 2:11 p.m., it will be exactly a year since Whakaari / White Island erupted, spewing acid sludge, ash and noxious gases. NZ Police said one of the bodies still missing on White Island belonged to 17-year-old Winona Langford from Sydney. Griffiths died in hospital after suffering burns to 80% of his body in the eruption while Mathews was confirmed on Sunday by police to have been one of the victims recovered from the island on Friday. Martin Hollander was an Australian who moved to Chicago with his job. Ivy Kohn Reed, 51, from Massachusetts and her husband Rick Reed were also injured. Krystal Browitt - 21, Australia. Reports said he received burns to 80% of his body and was in a critical condition in Middlemore hospital’s ICU. On Friday, a specialist team recovered six bodies from the volcano, braving hazardous conditions in a risky operation four days after it erupted while 47 people were visiting. Her mother Marie had stayed on the ship docked in the Bay of Plenty. Julie and Jessica Richards, a mother and daughter aged 47 and 20 respectively from Brisbane, were confirmed as deceased on Wednesday by a family friend. After news that six bodies had been recovered, there was clapping and signs of relief from the families of those missing, Deputy Police Commissioner Wally Haumaha said Friday. image caption The majority of the victims come from Australia New Zealand police have completed the identification of the 18 victims of the White Island volcano, more than a … At least six people have been confirmed dead after White Island erupted on Monday. Julie and Jessica, a student vet, had been on board the Ovation of the Seas and had booked on a tour of the island. New Zealand's volcano monitoring service GeoNet said Friday that there is still a 50% to 60% chance of another eruption in the next 24 hours. Browitt was on the island with her sister Stephanie and her father Paul when the volcano erupted. By Matthew Mckew, Julia Hollingsworth and Helena DeMoura, CNN, Updated 5:06 AM ET, Sun December 15, 2019. An image from a camera run by the Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences (GNS) at the crater on White Island appears to show a group of people close to its rim, just minutes before the eruption. T hroughout Saturday, Sunday and Monday, police named some of the victims of the Dec. 9 deadly volcanic eruption on New Zealand’s White Island.Victims include Krystal Eve Brownitt… The first warning that victims of the White Island eruption had would have been a sudden cloud of dark ash. A TEEN victim of the New Zealand volcano eruption is making a slow and painful recovery after losing nearly all of his skin. The 47 people caught in the blast came from seven different countries. The young woman was on the island with her sister Stephanie and father Paul, while her mother Marie stayed on board the cruise ship they were holidaying on, according to a, The page said: "Paul is in Auckland in a coma in the burns unit, Stephanie is in Christchurch in the burns unit in a coma.". The brother of Hayden Marshall-Inman, a tour guide who died in the White Island/Whakaari eruption, is heading to the volcano on the one-year anniversary of the disaster to … They had a positive and lasting impact on everyone’s paths they crossed. Hayden Marshall-Inman, a tour guide for White Island Tours, lost his life in the disaster – and was the first victim to be publicly named. Their parents, Martin and Barbara, were on the island with the boys and are also now confirmed to have died. New Zealand police said they were unable to find two remaining bodies in a search Sunday for victims killed in a volcanic eruption on White Island… The bodies were to be transported to Auckland on Friday for identification. They loved Knox and all their friends, and the Australian sports and outdoor lifestyle they adopted on moving from the United States six years ago. “We know her loss will also devastate her school community and the local Girl Guides.”. Here are the victim’s names, faces and stories. “Ben and Matthew were wonderfully kind and spirited boys who lived short but very fulsome lives. ", He added that it had been a "traumatic and harrowing" time for the local community and the families who have been directly affected. Officials also revealed three Australians -- 15-year-old Zoe Ella Hosking, 53-year-old Gavin Brian Dallow and 51-year-old Anthony James Langford -- had perished in the disaster. Police added that another victim who was being treated at nearby Waikato Hospital had also died, bringing the death toll from Monday's eruption to at least 16. It said she was in a critical condition with severe burns and was undergoing regular surgery for skin grafts. Mayuari Singh, 42, from America has been confirmed as one of the victims. Separately on Saturday, police said another person was missing at sea, presumed dead. Her body is … Stephanie only found out about risk of eruption once she was on the island Stephanie, Krystal and Paul were part of a group of 38 people from the Ovation of the Seas cruise ship on a day trip to White Island on December 9. Spread the love At 2.11pm, it will be exactly one year since Whakaari erupted, coughing up acidic sludge, ash and noxious gasses. “I was lucky enough to spend the test match with him, only two days prior to the trip,” said Gavin’s father on Wednesday. More Australian victims of the White Island volcano eruption are formally identified by NZ Police as a man receiving treatment at a NSW hospital becomes the first to die in Australia. The loss of three friends from the New South Wales town of Coffs Harbour – Karla Matthews, Richard Elzer and Jason Griffiths – was confirmed by their travelling companions on Wednesday. Their bodies are believed to be in the water, police have said. Emergency crews are seen at the Whakatane Airport on December 9. ‘I want him … White Island eruption: Three more victims identified. Paul Browitt is being treated for burns in hospital in Melbourne. 1,292 square feet (120 square meters) of skin. "Then comes the steam in the air and then the rocks begin to fly," University of Auckland vulcanologist Professor Shane Cronin told Watch the video above There were reportedly six US tourists in hospital following the explosion. According to a Givealittle page set up to assist the recovery of Kelsey Waghorn, the 25-year-old marine biologist was guiding a tour group when the volcano erupted on Monday. Can polar bears survive the climate crisis? White Island volcano victim who suffered horror burns says memory of blast that killed dad & sister still getting worse. The forty-seven people on the island at the time of the eruption were identified as twenty-four Australians, nine Americans, five New Zealanders, four Germans, two Chinese, two Britons and one Malaysian. Tour guide Hayden Marshall-Inman’s body has not been recovered since the Whakaari / White Island eruption on 9 December 2019. Their son Jesse, 19, is being treated for his injuries in hospital. “They really loved the cruise atmosphere but more particularly they loved the adventurism that went with all the outdoor sports.”. Tour operators prepare to evacuate visitors who were on the island during the eruption. "We cannot downplay the risk involved in this operation," he said. Their 17-year-old daughter, Winona, 17, is one of the two victims who is still missing. A makeshift memorial is seen in front of cruise ship Ovation of the Seas, in Tauranga, New Zealand, December 10. Jon Arrieta, who captured this photo of the ash cloud, told CNN he left White Island just one hour before the eruption. "It's not over yet. A rescue helicopter arrives at the Whakatane Airport. Brothers Matthew Hollander, 13, and Berend Hollander, 16, died in hospital from injuries sustained in the eruption. It was the first time authorities have been able to return to White Island -- also known as Whakaari -- since it erupted with little warning. Police named four more victims on Sunday including Tipene James Te Rangi Ataahua Maangi, a 24-year-old from New Zealand. 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An unnamed Malaysian man, who was a permanent resident of Australia, was injured in the eruption, according to the Malaysian high commission in Washington. Two people – Australian teenager Winona Langford and New Zealand guide Hayden Marshall-Inman, 40 – are still missing despite repeated ground and sea searches. New Zealand tour guide Hayden Marshall-Inman, 40, who worked for White Island Tours, was confirmed to have died by his family on Tuesday although he is still officially listed as missing by New Zealand police. Two people who were being treated in hospital after the eruption of New Zealand's White Island volcano have died, bringing the official number of victims to eight, police say. Te Ao Maori News reported that Maangi, from Te Whānau a Apanui, worked as a tour guide for White Island Tours and had only been working there for two months, according to his relation Craig Teddy. By nationality, this is what we know of those caught up in the disaster. ET Sunday. 1. Hayden Marshall-Inman had worked for White Island Tours for years before he was killed by the volcano. White Island is a popular tourist destination off the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island. Police have released the name of another person who died in the Whakaari/White Island eruption. The family requests privacy at this difficult time,” the statement said. The volcanic island Whakaari / White Island in New Zealand’s northeastern Bay of Plenty region explosively erupted on 9 December 2019 at 14:11 … Jake Milbank, 19, was also working as a tour guide on the island when he was caught in the eruption. A letter from the Knox principal to parents confirmed the deaths “with the greatest sadness”. Emergency services attend to a person injured in the eruption, after arriving at the Whakatane Airfield. "These families are just so appreciative, so ecstatic, so overwhelmed and overjoyed to know that they've got their loved ones back with them," Haumaha told reporters in Whakatane, the town on New Zealand's North Island that is closest to White Island.