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Heroes of tragic Texas crash

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It took more than nine hours to clear two miles of twisted wreckage from I-10 in East Texas, where two people are dead, nearly 100 people are injured and 100 cars were smashed in a pile-up caused by dense fog. Police credit Good Samaritans on the road with helping to save lives. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.