FEARS were mounting last night for a British animal charity worker said to be missing after the Tongan tsunami.
Angela Glover, 50, was parted from husband James when a wall of water poured through their coastal home.
Anxious relatives appealed for help in tracing the former TV advertising producer, who was last seen clinging to floating debris.
Her brother Nick Eleini, who lives in Sydney, pleaded on Facebook: “URGENT URGENT!! If anyone has Angela’s address please can you DM me or phone me.”
Confusion surrounded her fate later when Angela, who moved from London to Veitongo five years ago, posted a pic online and wrote: “This is the sunset today after the volcano exploded last night.
“We’ve been under tsunami warnings today. Everything’s fine.”
The Foreign Office yesterday confirmed it was helping a number of Brits following the massive undersea volcanic eruption.
The effects of the blast, captured by satellite, were felt as far away as California where waves swept inland, causing floods.
Power was out across Tonga as officials worked to assess casualty figures and damage.
New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern said contact had still not been established with coastal areas beyond the capital, Nuku’alofa, which was “covered in thick plumes of volcanic dust”.
Foreign Office minister Lord Tariq Ahmad, meanwhile, tweeted: “The UK stands ready to help and support our Tongan friends.”