An Australian mum has come out of her coma, months after the volcano eruption on New Zealand’s White Island, which killed her husband and daughter.
Adelaide woman Lisa Dallow reportedly woke from her coma in Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital and was told the tragic news of her husband Gavin and 15-year-old daughter Zoe, News Corp reports on Tuesday.
White Island Disaster: Adelaide woman Lisa Dallow was found overnight, but severely burnt in a New Zealand hospital. It was bittersweet news for her family back home who feared the worst. https://t.co/juWZELFnUN #WhiteIsland #7NEWS pic.twitter.com/ZszXqNDODi
— 7NEWS Australia (@7NewsAustralia) December 10, 2019
A force of nature, conquered by nature itself. Family and friends pay tribute to NZ volcano victim, Gavin Dallow. His wife, Lisa, couldn’t attend his funeral. She remains in a critical condition in hospital. #10NewsFirst pic.twitter.com/9rePiWQY6a
— Chloe Bouras (@ChloeBouras) January 10, 2020
The family were on a day trip to White Island while cruising on the liner Ovation when the volcano erupted in December, killing 20.