Magnitude 6.8 Earthquake Hits Taiwan
The magnitude 6.8 earthquake that hit Taiwan over the weekend caused extensive damage, including a caved-in ceiling at a sports complex during a volleyball game, a collapsed building and a crumbled bridge. Most of the damage appeared to be north of the epicenter, which, according to Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau, was in the town of Chishang. In Yuli, a landslide trapped nearly 400 tourists on a mountain famous for orange daylilies. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer has the details.