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New Zealand volcano retrieval exercise set to begin

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Police in New Zealand have began the process of retrieving the bodies of victims of White Wash volcano tragedy.

The Friday incident is reported to have caused the death of eight people who were at the Island as at the time.

The geological department of New Zealand has however warned that another eruption may occur in the next 24 hours.

Police are determined to complete the exercise as soon as possible as two other tourist are reported to be in critical conditions following the incident.

Families of the victims are increasingly growing inpatient as they call for the recovery of their bodies.

Police department second’s their thought as they plan to conduct a risk free rescue exercise.

Their prayer is that the conditions at White Wash remain the same before they embark the exercise.

Berryl Achieng
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