Inside the Make-Shift Home Where Ferry Families Have Camped for 7 Days

An entire village has sprung up to support the search effort and victims' families in South Korea.
2:35 | 04/23/14

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Just a week ago none of this was here and now it's like a town square for this disaster. You have medics you have volunteers. It's it's quite amazing the support that's sprung up. For the families and also for all of the workers that you have here this is. A small talent. Help. More in this disaster. And you still have so many families who are over here. At this board that's updated. As often as possible by officials with what they're finding and they aren't everyday things than any parent would recognize quickly about their child. Reebok shoes nineties when hands burying his ring -- these are the kinds of things of these families are a listing for. This is one of the most difficult images to see in this story. And it's been ongoing all week for the parents who still haven't recovered a body they come to the water's edge. They sit sometimes for hours and -- -- -- -- This is the jam and the feminists have been living it's about thirty minutes inland from the -- they've been commuting back and forth. And one of the things are seeing now is its banner it says that the civilians in the military. Operations on Virginia islands and they'll do their best it's like a promise of the parents. When you're walking through this -- so much of it seems like they can't possibly be real. But then you see something like this. DNA this is the DNA tent where I have said to families you can come here you can give your campaign. And you can possibly help speed. This incredibly painful process along by helping us identify us. Insight now -- -- -- worsening and then you see that. The family that's. Seeded third here everything -- officials and public opinion and so much information. These are all the famines. In one sense mountain. Most unlucky because they've waited a week and still they have. Nothing and no sign of their -- thoughts. It doesn't in the way get any better when the bodies -- even seven days later when so many -- Given up hope you -- -- receiving news here. And then crumple. And crying -- And then they get up -- there is one nice -- keep him from --

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