Relief Efforts Underway in India's East Coast

Tsunami survivors in Madras, India, reach for biscuits handed at a relief camp, Dec. 31, 2004.

Tsunami survivors in Madras, India, reach for biscuits handed at a relief camp, Dec. 31, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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Sunday's Indian Ocean tsunami wiped many coastal villages off the map in Indonesia and India. In India's east coast, survivors are receiving medical attention, and local authorities have implemented aggressive clean-up efforts to counter disease. Hear reporter Laura Womack in India's Tamil Nadu state.

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