Lydia O’Sullivan Wiki
Lydia O’Sullivan, from Whitehaven, Cumbria, has been traveling for the past two years and had been living and working in Auckland, New Zealand. A British backpacker who sparked a six-day police hunt after vanishing in Fiji has been safe and well – on an eco-retreat in the mountains.
Lydia O’Sullivan Missing
She had not been seen or heard from for eight days but her sister Francine Nicholson announced in a Facebook post that she had been found.
She wrote: ‘We are absolutely elated that Lydia O’Sullivan has been found safe and well on an Eco retreat in the Fijian mountains.’
“My mother has just spoken to her and is safe and oblivious to the search for the world that seeks her.” He then thanked the police in Fiji and England for their ‘dedication’ in trying to find Mrs. O’Sullivan. His sister added: ‘The people of Fiji have been very kind. Everyone made an extra effort to help find Lydia. Ms. O’Sullivan’s fears arose after she did not send a message to her family for eight days, even though she had done it daily. It was believed that she recently traveled from Auckland to Fiji for free time.
Lydia O’Sullivan Facebook Post
In a Facebook post, Ms Nicholson urged people to help track Lydia down: ‘She has travelled to FIJI for some time off on Feb 26th [sic].
‘She messaged to say she had landed safely but has not been heard of since.’
She added that Lydia, who worked as an English teacher in a number of countries, usually contacts her mother daily.
Cumbria Constabulary liaised with Lydia’s family and agencies including the police in Fiji to help find her.
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