Deaths of 2 Nova Scotia women after ER wait shakes trust in system

Waiting in an emergency room is an excruciating experience for anyone. But waiting for care while you’re dying is unimaginable. This week we learned of two separate cases of Nova Scotia women who died after sitting in the ER, both for more than six hours. One a mother of three, the other a grandmother, their cases show us the human cost of an HR crisis in hospital ERs that's shaking the trust of Canadians. Ross Lord has more.