Houston community plagued by pollution

The cases of childhood leukemia in Houston's fifth ward, a low-income and predominantly Black community, are five times higher than the state average, according to the Texas Department of Health. Residents are blaming a toxic rail yard. Janet Shamlian takes a look.

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