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Status of personnel at Kings Education after Earthquake


Status of personnel at Kings Education after Earthquake
(UPDATED 10.10 AM 24/2/11)

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We have been advised of the following status of personnel connected with the Kings Education building . that collapsed in the Christchurch earthquake. Due to the difficulty in tracing all students (records have been destroyed) we cannot be certain that the status is correct. We are providing this information in the hope of receiving further updates and information from you.

The information on our list has been obtained from the Ministry of Education and eyewitness accounts.

Any further updates should be emailed to enrol@kingseducation.co.nz

Kings Staff Who are Unaccounted For (presumed in building)
Brian Taylor
Elsa Torres Defrood
Tetaki Tetirekena
Deborah Roberts
Heidi Berg
Timara Harca
Gillian Sayers
Cristiana Carazo
Sandra Hii
Megan Muirson
Kings Staff who are Accountedfor
Margaret Bray
Ron Godkin
Maree ClaireBrehant
Rosa Scott
Toyama Study Group (fromJapan)
Marina Arai Missing
Yuki Hasumoto Missing
YoshikoHirauchi Rescued, airlifted to Auckland
Megumi Horita Missing
Tomoki Ishikuro Missing
Rika Iwakura Rescued, at Christchurch Hospital
Risa Kakizawa minor injuries, at Christchurch Hospital
Kayo Kanamaru Missing
Saori Kikuda Missing
Narumi Kuroda Injured, at Ricatton Clinic
Norika Masutani Injured, at Christchurch Hospital
Yukio Minami Injured, with host family
Emi Murakami Missing
Ayaka Naruse Injured, at Christchurch Hospital
Kento Okuda Severely injured, at Christchurch Hospital
Saya Sakuda Missing
Chie Tanaka With host family
Yurika Uchihira Injured, at Christchurch Hospital
Mina Yamatani Missing
Saki Yokota Missing
Hiroko Sato At Christchurch Hospital
Other students
Dennis Demanawa Advised safe
Clarisse Arellano Advised safe
Simeon Canto Advisedsafe
Juhani Ramos Advised safe
April Lem Andit Advised safe
Jittra Waithayatadapong StatusUnknown
Siriphan Wongbunngam StatusUnknown
HuiJun To Missing presumed in building
Genelou Guzman Advised safe
Gilyn Mesiona Advised safe
Anthony StatusUnknown
John John StatusUnknown
Louise Amantillo StatusUnknown
Val Besurto StatusUnknown
Mohammed Alsallum StatusUnknown
Nawaf ALMALKI Advised safe
Hitomi Inoue StatusUnknown
Naon Yu Missing presumed in building
Hsin Hong Lee StatusUnknown
Yasu StatusUnknown
Yoko Sakurai Missing presumed in building
Haruki Hyakuman Missing presumed in building
Lai Chang Missing presumed in building
Phimphorn Lianchuea Advised safe
Yuko Hirobashi Missing presumed in building
Man Jin StatusUnknown
Xiling Han Advised safe
Yoko Suzuki Missing presumed in building
Methawarin Bunjong Advised safe
Yuki Hamaski Missing presumed in building
Toshiko Imaoka Missing presumed in building
Cai Yu Missing presumed in building
WeiYu Zhang StatusUnknown
Li Xia StatusUnknown
Yumiko Hata Missing presumed in building
Chiho Mochida Advised safe
Gilwan Yu Missing presumed in building
Mayumi Asakawa StatusUnknown
Saki Ueon StatusUnknown
Naif Alshammari StatusUnknown
Saki Ueno StatusUnknown
Bai Yin Miao Advised safe
Wen He StatusUnknown
Hiroko Tamano StatusUnknown
Lin Lin Xu StatusUnknown
Jing Ge StatusUnknown
Thanydha StatusUnknown
Trisha Tirol StatusUnknown
Yuwadee Yowarach Advised safe
Xiaoli Zhou Missing presumed in building
Didi Zhang StatusUnknown
Rhea Mae Sumalpong StatusUnknown
Zheihui Bai StatusUnknown
Rika Hyuga Missing presumed in building
Wanpen Preeklang Missing presumed in building
Xu Xin Juan StatusUnknown
Wang Tao Missing presumed in building
Haruthaya Luangsuranpeesa Missing presumed in building
Budsarin Ketpichai StatusUnknown
Jia Hui Lei Advised safe
Hui Zhang Missing presumed in building
Hong Ling Liu Advised safe
Hifumi Hoshiba Missing presumed in building
Li Ming Wang StatusUnknown
Wanju Li StatusUnknown
Ayako Yamaguchi Missing presumed in building
Tamara Cvetanova StatusUnknown
Yan Tao Zhong Missing presumed in building
Yang Chen Missing presumed in building
Miki Hayasaka Missing presumed in building
Noriko Ostubo Missing presumed in building
Li De StatusUnknown
Dai Jing StatusUnknown
Erica Nora StatusUnknown
Yuki Kobayashi Advised safe
New Monday Starters(21/2/11)
AsukaTsuchihashi Missing presumed in building
Emmabelle Anoba StatusUnknown
Ezra MaeMedalle StatusUnknown
Hui Yun Tu StatusUnknown
Jessie LloydRedoble Missing presumed in building
Jewel Fransciso Missing presumed in building
John KrostofferChua StatusUnknown
Kiyoshi Tsukamoto StatusUnknown
Kyoka Kawahata StatusUnknown
Lalaine Agatep Missing presumed in building
Mohammed Abdullah Ahmed Balawhal StatusUnknown
Noriko Tsukamoto Missing presumed in building
Xiling Han StatusUnknown
Updates change in status Posted 24/2/11 (10.10 am):
Toyama Group Teachers
David Horsley Advised safe
Ms Kiyu Advised safe
Students
Li Xia Advised safe
Jing Ge Advised safe
Xiaoli Zhou Advised safe
Zheihui Bai Advised safe
Mohammed Abdullah Ahmed Balawhal Advised safe

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