British Man Daniel Macmillan Died In Ferry Sinking

It’s been announced that a British man Daniel Macmillan, age 47, was one of the people to have died when the Tongan Ferry Princess Ashika sank overnight, Mr Macmillan was said to have been carrying a NZ driving licence.

33 people, mostly women and children are also thought to have lost their lives in the tragedy. More here: Tonga Ferry capsizes

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2 thoughts on “British Man Daniel Macmillan Died In Ferry Sinking

  1. Originally from Islay,Scotland he was traveling on a UK passport. How long he'd lived in Christchurch, NZ varies between news reports but the consensus is that he was in the country for about 5 years. He'd left NZ to escape the rest of the South Island winter and planned to spend a month in Tonga with friends. HTH

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