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Who is Angela Glover? (Tonga tsunami – Brit last seen clinging to rocks is ‘missing’ after being swept away from husband by wall of water)Wiki, Bio, Age, Instagram, Twitter & Quick Facts

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FEARS were mounting last night for a British animal charity worker said to have disappeared after the Tonga tsunami.

Angela Glover, 50, was separated from her husband, James, when a wall of water tore through her seaside home.British charity worker Angela Glover is believed to be missing after the Tonga tsunami.
The effects of the explosion were felt as far away as California, where the waves moved inland and caused flooding. In the photo, Santa Cruz.

Footage on social media

Images on social media showed large waves breaking on shore in Tonga’s coastal areasCredit: Twitter
Anxious relatives pleaded for help locating the former television advertising producer, who was last seen clinging to the floating debris.

His brother Nick Eleini, who lives in Sydney, pleaded on Facebook: “URGENT URGENT! If anyone has Angela’s address, he can PM me or call me.”

Confusion surrounded her fate later when Angela, who moved from London to Veitongo five years ago, posted a photo online and wrote: “This is sunset today after the volcano blew up last night.

“We have been under tsunami warnings today. Everything is fine.”

The Foreign Office confirmed yesterday that she was helping a number of Britons following the massive undersea volcanic eruption.

The effects of the explosion, captured by satellite, were felt as far away as California, where waves swept inland and caused flooding.

Power was cut in Tonga as officials worked to assess casualty and damage figures.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said no contact had yet been made with coastal areas beyond the capital Nuku’alofa, which was “covered in thick plumes of volcanic dust”.

Meanwhile, Foreign Secretary Lord Tariq Ahmad tweeted: “The UK stands ready to help and support our friends in Tonga.

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