Members of a rescue crew are seen at the White Island volcano, also known by its Maori name Whakaari, in New Zealand, December 13, 2019. A New Zealand military team in gas masks and hazmat suits recovered six bodies on Friday from the volcanic island that fatally erupted earlier this week, as doctors worked to save badly burned survivors. New Zealand Defence Force/Handout via REUTERS

Rescue crew dressed in protective gear are seen as they work to to retrieve bodies on the volcanic White Island that fatally erupted earlier this week in New Zealand, December 13, 2019. An eight-person bomb disposal squad set off before dawn and spent four hours on White Island, which experts said could erupt again. Mandatory credit NEW ZEALAND DEFENCE FORCEvia REUTERS

Rescue crew are seen at the White Island volcano, also known by its Maori name Whakaari, in New Zealand, December 13, 2019. Six of the eight bodies on the island were successfully retrieved and taken to a naval patrol vessel for transfer to the mainland for disaster victim identification. New Zealand Defence Force/Handout via REUTERS

Members of a rescue crew are seen at the White Island volcano, also known by its Maori name Whakaari, in New Zealand, December 13, 2019. The team was unable to find and recover the remaining two bodies as the cumbersome protective equipment they needed to wear slowed down the tricky operation. New Zealand Defence Force/Handout via REUTERS

An aerial view of the Whakaari, also known as White Island volcano, in New Zealand, December 12, 2019. REUTERS/Jorge Silva