Rescue crews airlift people stranded after Hurricane Michael
The death toll continues to rise in the wake of Hurricane Michael since making landfall on Florida’s Panhandle Wednesday. The storm has been blamed for at least 16 deaths in four states. Emergency officials in Florida say they have rescued nearly 200 people and checked 25,000 buildings for survivors. One of the hard-hit areas is Panama City, Florida. It's about 50 miles northeast of Mexico Beach, where rescuers are searching for more victims. Jericka Duncan reports.