The husband of a British charity worker who died in the Tonga tsunami is “comprehensive” about the tragedy, her family says.
Angela Glover, 50, died trying to save her dogs after a Undersea volcano erupts near Pacific island on Saturday.
Her brother, Nick Eleini, said he tried to talk to James Glover – who Survive the incident – on Monday night after he found his wife’s body.
Mr Eleini told BBC Breakfast Mr Glover had accommodation, food, water and money but blame yourself for not being able to save Angela.
He said: “It doesn’t matter how many times we tell him he has nothing to blame himself for.
“He’s carrying an incredible burden of guilt at the moment.”
Tattoo artist James clings to a tree as a 4-meter-high wall of water washes away animal lover Angela, from Brighton, and five pets.
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