After plane crash, four children might still be alive in the Colombian Amazon

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In Colombia, a massive search is on for four children who may have survived a plane crash in the Amazon that happened a month ago. A small plane carrying an Indigenous leader and his family crashed in the jungle. The pilot and all the adults onboard were killed. But Colombian special forces and volunteers are now out looking for the children, ages 13, 9, 4, and 11 months. Small footprints have rekindled hope that they survived. Host Carol Hills speaks with Gen. Pedro Sanchez, who's working on the search for the Colombian military.

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