'She shouldn’t be taken for granted': White Island after the volcano blew

'She shouldn’t be taken for granted': White Island after the volcano blew
 

As dawn broke on Saturday, the small coastal community of Whakatāne was keeping its fingers collectively crossed. About 50km away, across the slate-grey water, naval divers were deploying in rubber boats to retrieve the bodies of two victims still missing after the White Island volcano disaster.
The first of the six recovered bodies to be identified was that of Krystal Browitt, a 21-year-old Melbourne woman who was on holiday with her family, police said on Saturday.
But while the community was united in its hope that the mission to retrieve all of the dead would ultimately be a success,... read more

 
15 December 2019 in World News, Views: 33
Source: Guardian
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