15-year-old Girl Guide Zoe Hosking and her step-father, Adelaide lawyer Gavin Dallow, 53, are among those formally identified by police after previously being named by Gavin’s father earlier in the week. Sydney man Anthony Langford, 51, who had been on a cruise with his wife and two teenage children, has also been formally named, along with New Zealand tour guide Tipene Maangi, 24. Police have confirmed Adelaide teen Zoe Hosking, 15, died in the White Island volcano eruption. Picture: Facebook .Source:Facebook Adelaide man Gavin Dallow (pictured here with wife Lisa) has also been officially named as a victim of the eruption.Source:Supplied North Sydney man Anthony Langford, 51, (R) has been officially confimed dead. The status of his his wife Kristine (L), as well as their teenage children, Winona and Jesse, is yet to be officially confirmed.Source:Supplied Tour guide Tipene Maangi, a tour guide thought to be on White Island when the volcano erupted. Picture: SuppliedSource:Supplied 75 MINUTES OF OXYGEN FOR UNSUCCESSFUL SEARCH New Zealand police have departed from the site of the White Island volcano eruption this morning after a shortened recovery search failed to find more victims. Two teams of search and rescue officers arrived on the island around… Read full this story
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