Firefighters Continue Search, Debris Removal At East Harlem Blast Site
Fire Commissioner Sal Cassano said all those reported missing in the deadly East Harlem explosion have been accounted for, but stressed the rescue operation would continue in case there are still victims trapped in the rubble. Meanwhile Mayor Bill de Blasio visited a Salvation army center on 125 Street where so many were forced to take shelter and Former President Bill Clinton visited the site of the explosion to talk with firefighters. CBS 2's Dick Brennan reports.
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