God's purpose is not to coddle us or to keep us from stubbing our toes.
In fact, God doesn't care about humans. He only cares about His children hidden inside.
Genesis 1:26 says that God created "man" in His own image and likeness. But a warning: God is not Homo sapiens.
Gen. 2:7 says that God created "man" again, but this time from the dust of the ground. This is biochemical Homo sapiens.
Thus man is immortal spirit wrapped in Homo sapiens flesh.
Genesis 6:3 tells us that God will not always strive with man for he is "also" flesh. If man is "also" flesh, then he must be something else, too. That something else is immortal spirit.
God won't be staying around here forever. When His children who decide to come back to him actually do that, then it's time to leave the others, plus their bodies behind.
So, when tragedy happens to these Homo sapiens bodies, it's still a tragedy. We still need to be compassionate, but the bodies are not the object of this rescue mission.
After all, remember what God did during Noah's Flood! Something there jeopardized His rescue mission and he had to eliminate that jeopardy. The mission and His children were far more important than all of the Homo sapiens bodies that were destroyed along with the target of the Flood.