In India, Worries of Contaminated Water

With clean-up efforts underway, relief workers in southern India concentrate on removing corpses and finding potable water. Emergency workers are also trying to get drinking water to tens of thousands of survivors. Health workers worry contaminated drinking water may result in more deaths then the 7,000 the tsunami caused. Laura Womak reports.

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