White Island volcano eruption: Stephanie Browitt returns to her Melbourne home after six months in hospital A woman who lost her dad and sister in … White Island volcanic eruption survivor Stephanie Browitt reunites with her beloved dog Arlo - Stephanie Browitt, 23, suffered third-degree burns on 70 percent of her body A White Island volcano eruption survivor who suffered burns to 70 percent of her body has finally been … Read More CAMEROON MAGAZINE - CAMEROUN INFO - CAMEROUN ACTU AU, Lifesly.com (blog), New Zealand, volcano, … Stephanie Browitt, 23, arrived back at her family home in Craigieburn, just north of Melbourne, on Friday. She leaves the vehicle to enter the loving arms of her mother.Source:InstagramIn a social media post, the survivor outlined the extent of her injuries.“My legs are fully burnt and most of my outer thighs,” Ms Browitt said on Instagram.“I’ve had many skin grafts on them and also because I was bed ridden for months, I had to learn how to walk again. 4 + months later and I’m now running. The eruption – which happened off the coast of Whakatane on New Zealand’s North Island on December 9 – left Ms Browitt with third-degree burns to 70 per cent of her body and parts of her fingers missing. She suffered third-degree burns to most of her body. Stephanie Browitt, 23, lost her younger sister and father when a New Zealand volcano erupted last December. The emotional moment was captured on camera, showing Ms Browitt gingerly hugging her mother Marie while wearing a pressure suit to cushion her burns. Stephanie Browitt, 23, from Melbourne, was with her father Paul and sister Krystal, 21, off the coast of Whakatane in New Zealand when the volcano erupted on December 9. Stephanie Browitt, 23, arrived back at her family home in Craigieburn, just north of Melbourne, on Friday. Stephanie Browitt lost her father and sister on that tragic December day. Stephanie Browitt, 23, from Melbourne, suffered third degree burns to her body ; She survived the December 9 White Island volcano that killed sister and father ; She returned home to her mother Marie on Friday after six months in hospital; Her father Paul and 21-year-old sister Krystal did not survive the tragic eruption ; By Eliza Mcphee For Daily Mail Australia. Stephanie Browitt is back in Melbourne after the tragedy in New Zealand claimed both her sister and father The 23 … After spending six months in hospital being treated for her third degree burns, Ms Browitt finally had her day leave approved and shared a heartwarming post to social media.