White Island volcano survivor wakes up from a two-month coma to learn that family was killed in the disaster
Twenty-four Australians were among 47 tourists on White Island when it broke out.
Julie Richards, 47, and her daughter Jessica, 20, from Brisbane, have been officially confirmed dead.
Julie Richards, 47, and her daughter Jessica, 20 (photo) from Brisbane are among the dead
Martin Hollander and his wife Barbara
Martin Berend Hollander, 48, from Sydney, was missing but was formally identified on Monday.
His two sons, Berend (16) and Matthew (13), who attended Sydney’s Knox grammar, both died in hospital last week after serious injury.
According to his Linkedin profile, Mr Hollander works at Transport for NSW as a manager of freight initiatives.
He is also a director at a Singaporean asset manager, Wipunen Incrementum Capital.
He was on vacation with the family with his wife, who is still not responsible, and two children, who were confirmed dead on Thursday.
Martin Berend Hollander, 48, from Sydney, was formally identified on Monday. His wife Barbara (left) has yet to be formally identified
Gavin Dallow, 53, and stepdaughter Zoe Hosking, 15, from Adelaide
The Hosking / Dallow family had been on tour at the time of the eruption. Mother Lisa Dallow is one of the wounded in the hospital. Her husband Gavin (right) 53 and 15-year-old daughter Zoe from Adelaide (left) were confirmed dead on Wednesday
Mr. Dallow’s body was identified by the police of the five bodies recovered from the island. Zoe was formally identified as a victim on Sunday.
Karla Mathews, 32, and Richard Elzer, 32, from Coffs Harbor, NSW
Karla Mathews (left), 32, is dead, as well as friend Richard Elzer (right), 32, from Coffs Harbor
The couple was identified as those tourists who are still on the island and are therefore considered dead by their families on Wednesday.
Jason Griffiths, 33, Coffs Harbor, NSW
Jason Griffiths, 33, from Coffs Harbor was taken to the hospital in a critical condition but died of his injuries on Wednesday
Jason Griffiths, 33, from Coffs Harbor, NSW, died of his injuries on Wednesday after being brought to the hospital in critical condition.
He was officially declared dead by the police on Monday.
He had been on a tour of the volcano with the couple Karla Mathews (32) and Richard Elzer (32), who are now supposed to be dead, friends said.
Matthew (year 8) and Berend Hollander (year 10) from Sydney
Matthew (left, year eight) and Berend (right, year 10) Hollander were confirmed dead Thursday morning
Knox Grammar schoolboy brothers Matthew, 13, and Berend, 16, Hollander were confirmed dead Thursday morning.
They died in two New Zealand hospitals after leaving the island with horrific burns.
Their father Martin was confirmed dead Monday, while their mother Barbara still needs to be confirmed dead or identified by the police.
Krystal Browitt, 21, from Melbourne, and her father Paul
Krystal Browitt was on the cruise for her 21st birthday with family
Mrs. Browitt was formally identified as a victim on Saturday. She was on the Ovation of the Seas cruise for her 21st birthday with family.
Mr Browitt died on January 13 in the hospital, where her sister Stephanie is in serious condition.
Their mother Marie escaped death by staying on the cruise ship.
Anthony Langford, 51, and his wife Kristine Langford, 45, from Sydney
Anthony Langford, 51, (pictured with wife Kristine) was one of those who still do not consider the disaster. He was confirmed dead Sunday by the police
Kristine Langford, 45, from Sydney, is also one of the officially confirmed deaths on Monday.
The body of her husband Anthony, 51, was formally identified on Sunday, and her daughter Winona, 17, is still missing and presumably dead.
The couple’s 19-year-old son Jesse survived the volcano eruption and recovers in the hospital with burns of up to 90 percent of his body.
Mr. Langford worked for Sydney Water.
Winona Langford, 17, Sydney
The police said that Winona Lanford (photo in the middle back row between her parents Anthony and Kristine) was one of the missing bodies still on White Island. It is not thought that she survived
On Tuesday, NZ Police said that one of the missing bodies on White Island belonged to 17-year-old Winona Langford from Sydney.
Winona’s mother and father are confirmed dead while her brother Jesse stays in the hospital.
Her body is either buried on the deadly volcano island or lies in the sea.
Lisa Dallow, 49, from Adelaide
Lisa Dallow (together with her husband Gavin who is missing), 49, from Adelaide
She is an induced coma at Hamilton Hospital, with 57 percent of her body burned
Jesse Langford, 19, Sydney
Found: Jesse Langford (pictured with Michelle Spring, presumably his girlfriend) is in the hospital, but his condition is not clear
He has been identified among the injured in the hospital. He is said to have burned up to 90 percent of his body