Husband of Brit killed in Tonga tsunami ‘guilt-ridden and blames himself'

1/19/2022 5:29:00 AM
Husband of Brit killed in Tonga tsunami ‘guilt-ridden and blames himself'

Husband of Brit killed in Tonga tsunami ‘guilt-ridden and blames himself'


Husband of Brit killed in Tonga tsunami ‘guilt-ridden and blames himself'

The husband of Angela Glover, from Brighton, who died trying to save her dogs in the Tonga tsunami, is 'shattered and guilt-ridden' over the tragedy, said her family

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Brother of Briton missing in Tonga eruption believes she is dead

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Tonga tsunami: British woman Angela Glover feared dead after being swept away

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The husband of a Brit charity worker who was killed in the Tonga tsunami as she tried to save her dogs, is "shattered and guilt-ridden" said her family.January 18, 2022 The country has also sent two navy ships and has pledged an initial one million New Zealand dollars (£498,000) towards recovery efforts.Anxious relatives of a British woman who was last seen clinging to floating debris following the Tonga tsunami are begging for information after she was reported missing.when the tsunami struck at about 5.

Angela Glover, from Brighton, died after an undersea volcano erupted near the Pacific island causing a tsunami last Saturday. The island is now facing problems with communication as a result of an underwater cable being severed during the severe weather. Image: Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai volcano on 10 April, 2021. Her brother, Nick Eleini, said he has been able to speak to her husband, James Glover, who found her body after he survived, on Monday evening. Posts from the former TV producer, who is said to have moved London to Veitongo five years ago, sparked some confusion about her fate after she posted a sunset pic online. He said that the woman's husband blamed himself for the tragedy. Pic: Satellite image ©2022 Maxar Technologies Image: The underwater volcano Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai two hours before its eruption. He told BBC Breakfast: "I was able to speak to James last night. Nick said his sister was ‘a lovely girl’ and ‘adored’.

He's been able to communicate with us via satellite phone from the British Embassy. Pic: Satellite image ©2022 Maxar Technologies The UN World Food Program is also exploring how to bring in relief supplies, though one complicating issue is that Tonga has managed to avoid outbreaks of . Everything’s fine. He's safe, he has all his basic needs covered, he has shelter, food, water and money. "I don't believe he sustained any serious injuries. Meanwhile, the damage to communications has meant that the number of casualties is not yet clear. He is naturally just shattered and guilt-ridden as to the events that took place. Her brother Nick Eleini, who lives in Sydney, Australia, posted on Facebook: “URGENT URGENT!! If anyone has Angela’s address please can you DM me or phone me. He's quite naturally blaming himself for not being able to save Angela. Image: Ash covered homes in Nomuka in Tonga as seen from a New Zealand Defence Force P-3K2 Orion surveillance flight Image: A New Zealand Defence Force P-3K2 Orion surveillance flight over Tonga Image: The view from a NZ Defence Force P-3K2 Orion aircraft over Tonga. ‘James contacted the police and the British embassy there, where he was able to notify us of what happened.

"It doesn't matter how many times we tell him he has nothing to reproach himself for. He is carrying an incredible burden of guilt at the moment. Pic: NZDF One death has been confirmed, with the family of , 50, saying she was swept away by a wave.” Speaking later to the BBC, he said that she still had not been located and he is flying home to be with their mother in Hove in East Sussex." Mr Glover, a tattoo artist, managed to hold on to a tree as the water swept away his wife and five pets, it is reported. Mr Eleini said Mr Glover told him the damage to the island is bad following the eruption, and the full extent is going to be "quite apparent" in the coming days. "I understand that this terrible accident came about as they tried to rescue their dogs," Mr Eleini told Sky News. "I think there is going to be a major humanitarian disaster unfolding there. Another person said she had spent Sunday morning with Angela's mother, who had received a phone call in the early hours from James to say her daughter was missing. South Pacific Animal Welfare said: ‘Our hearts are broken with the devastating news that our wonderful friend and colleague Angela Glover has gone missing during the tsunami in Tonga.

I hope not, but there's a lot of outlying islands in Tonga that haven't been reached that people still need to get to," he said. "As far as the main island where James and Angela were living, I believe is quite flat, so the wave from the tsunami would have extended quite a way over the land, particularly on that north and west coast. "A lot of the infrastructure is above ground; that has probably been completely destroyed.." South Pacific Animal Welfare (Spaw), which worked with Mrs Glover in her bid to rescue dogs in Tonga, said the news of her death was "heart-breaking". Founder Karen Schade said in a statement: "Angela touched so many lives, both human and animal, through the selfless work she did for the Tonga Animal Welfare Society, which she co-founded, and in volunteering during Spaw clinics in the kingdom.’ Satellite images taken by Himawari-8, a Japanese weather satellite, shows the undersea volcano eruption which caused Saturday’s tsunami (Picture: AP) As of yet, there have been no official reports of the deaths, injuries or devastation in Tonga caused by Saturday’s tsunami.

Words cannot adequately express what her loss means to us. "Angela was one of a kind. She loved animals, especially dogs, more than most people are capable of. She and James are part of our Spaw whanau (extended family) and our deepest condolences go out to James, their whanau and friends." Thick ash on runways is making it difficult for New Zealand to send drinking water and other supplies to the island, the military has said. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said: ‘Communication with Tonga remains very limited.

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The scale of the damage is not yet known, but Mr Lund told a New Zealand TV broadcaster that there is "quite a lot of damage on the Nuku'alofa waterfront". Read More Read More .