Victims pack hospitals in Nepal after buildings 'pancaked'

Aired: 4/24/2015 | 0:02:51 | Clip
After a 7.9-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal, killing more than 1,500 people and sparking panic in the streets, residents are suffering through the aftermath. Ellen Barry, the South Asian bureau chief for The New York Times joins Alison Stewart via Skype from New Delhi, India, to discuss.

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