Rescue organization ZAKA is using their VideoRay Pro 4 to search for and recover the bones of almost 15,000 Hungarian Jews that were thrown into the Danube waters during World War II. The first victims were located in 2011, and now, 75 years and multiple negotiations later, the ZAKA team is hoping to retrieve and finally bury the bones of the victims in accordance with Jewish law.

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