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- Mirror11th Dec 2019 19:05:44 GMT +0300
Around 1.2 million square centimetres of skin is being shipped from the US to New Zealand to treat victims of the volcano eruption which has left dozens with horrific burns.
The operation to recover those feared dead on White Island has also been delayed amid fears of worsening conditions.
Monitoring agency GeoNet said further eruptions on the island were “likely”, adding the level of “volcanic tremor has significantly increased”.
Six people have been confirmed dead following the eruption, while two British women are believed to be among the 30 people in hospital, with all but five in a stable but serious condition.
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Nine people have been listed as missing.
Seven Australians and two citizens of New Zealand have been named as those who are neither in hospital nor have been discharged.
New Zealand police said they have a “definitive” list of people in hospital which they will not release for privacy reasons.
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Those listed as missing in the list are Australians Gavin Dallow, Jessica Edwards, Krystal Browitt, Richard Elzer, Zoe Hosking, Karla Matthews and Julie Richards.
The two New Zealanders are Tipene Maangi and Hayden Inman.
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Police said it was not a complete list of missing people as officers have not yet spoken to all next of kin.
Officers added that it was “too dangerous” to return to the island at the moment owing to the “serious physical and chemical hazards” rescuers would face.
Meanwhile, the British High Commission in New Zealand has urged Britons travelling in the country to contact their family and friends to let them know they are safe.
Doctors in New Zealand have “almost” completed full ident
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