Russia Cleans Up After Meteor Impact
There's a lot of clean up left in Russia after a giant meteor impact. The rock was moving faster than the speed of sound, which caused a shockwave that blew out windows in thousands of buildings Friday. And with temperatures about the same as we have in Minn., there has been a rush to put up plastic sheeting to keep in the heat, reports Tetiana Anderson (1:54).
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