ZAKA International teams are currently at the Germanwings crash site in the Swiss alps, the team revealed to Arutz Sheva on Monday, in order to help retrieve the bodies.

"Our mission is to ensure a full Jewish burial for Eyal Baum, and to assist the international teams in the search and recovery efforts," ZAKA delegation head Mati Goldstein stated. "It is difficult terrain to cover, but we are prepared to work for as long as it takes."

On Tuesday, Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz may have intentionally crashed an Airbus into the French Alps, killing 150 people. 

Despite reports that Lubitz suffered from depression and was previously treated for suicidal tendencies, no clue to his motives have been revealed. 

credit: Courtesy ZAKA
credit: Courtesy ZAKA
credit: Courtesy ZAKA