California mudslide rescue crews pull out 'all the stops'
Clip: 01/11/2018 | 6m 19s
Since mud cascaded through the wealthy California enclave of Montecito, rescuers have been forced to trek through knee-deep sludge, using long poles to probe for bodies. For some families, it's an agonizing wait as the window to find life begins to close. Judy Woodruff gets an update on rescue efforts from Amber Anderson of the Santa Barbara City Fire Department.
Aired: 01/11/18Video has closed captioning.
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