Rescue crews touch down to recover remaining volcano victims

Crews have gone back to the site of the New Zealand eruption to try and find the two people still missing, as fears of another eruption at the volcano loom.
2:11 | 12/13/19

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Now to that daring mission to recover the remaining victims from that volcano in new Zealand. Crews are going back in to try to find the two still missing despite fears of another possible eruption. Marcus Moore is in New Zealand with more on the risky effort. Good morning, Marcus. Reporter: Michael, good morning. We're just outside the main hospital in auckland where the coroner will work to positively identify the styx bodies removed from the island and as you said crews are getting ready for a new mission. New images. Search teams were able to retrieve six victims from the white island but the search is not complete. They could not find two remaining bodies. While the situation is still highly volatile, they won't give up. Working together to plan for tomorrow. They will redeploy and it will be the New Zealand police dive team and some of the Navy dive team as well. Reporter: Despite the instability of the volcano, teams are taking to the sky and sea to make sure everyone is returned home seen here in their protective gear scouring the mud and ash covered island. There is a 50% to 60% chance another eruption could happen in the next 24 hours and they expanded the no access zone sighing while the tremor has decreased magma is rising, investigate vous steam mud is releasing and gas emissions are increasing. As this small town grieves there is the obvious question what happens next for the island and tourism. Should the volcano be accessible for tourists. This is something that questions that need to be asked and in time will be answered but right now our thoughts are with the families who have lost loved ones. Reporter: It does seem right now that all of the focus is on those families and helping them find closure. This as many survivors face months of recovery ahead and others are fighting for their lives. 11 of them suffering critical burns and they're in critical condition this morning, Cecilia. Certainly thinking of them still. Marcus, thank you.

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