By Zoe Zaczek For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 04:23 GMT, 16 March 2019 | Updated: 05:52 GMT, 16 March 2019
Members of one of New Zealand's most notorious street gangs have been captured consoling each other after the Christchurch terror attack as Prime Minister Jacinda Arden met families of the victims.
Authorities have confirmed that 49 people died in the mosque massacre on Friday while at least 40 people were treated in hospital for their injuries - with 11 still critical.
Mourners have gathered across New Zealand and the globe to honour the worshippers, who were defenceless when they were allegedly shot at by Australian citizen Brenton Tarrant.
Members of the Mongrel Mob descended at Hagley College, in Christchurch, where Jacinda Arden arrived at about 1pm to greet hundreds of survivors, family members and mourners.
Prime Minister Jacinda Arden speaks with a woman during a visit to the Canterbury Refugee Centre in Christchurch
Members of the Mongrel Mob (pictured) descended at Hagley College, in Christchurch, where Jacinda Arden arrived at about 1pm to greet hundreds of survivors, family members and mourners
Ms Arden hugs a member of Christchurch's Muslim community on Saturday afternoon
Ms Arden, who then