Guatemala volcano survivors line up hours for water, food
After Volcan de Fuego’s biggest eruption in four decades, help is arriving to areas cut off by the lava flows. But in some villages, the chance of finding anyone alive is slowly disappearing. Six children injured are in Texas for treatment for burns. The eruption Sunday killed nearly 100 people. About 200 others are missing. CBS News correspondent Manuel Bojorquez reports from Escuintla, Guatemala.