Storm Fiona leaves most of Nova Scotia in the dark, potentially for days

Residents in Atlantic Canada woke up to trees snapped like twigs as hurricane Fiona struck as fiercely as predicted. It made landfall early Saturday in Nova Scotia as a post-tropical storm, leaving hundreds of thousands of people without power. As Ross Lord reports, power crews were unable to fix outages because Fiona's vicious winds and rain made it unsafe. It could be days before many are re-connected.