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Second eruption fears delay New Zealand volcano recovery operation

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Second eruption fears delay New Zealand volcano recovery operation

Second eruption fears delay New Zealand volcano recovery operation

It is still too dangerous for rescue workers to recover bodies from the scene of the New Zealand volcano disaster, officials said on Wednesday.

There is a 40% to 60% chance of a second eruption in the coming days, scientist Graham Leonard told a news conference in Wellington.

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