Photos show what may be millions of water bottles, meant for victims of Hurricane Maria, sitting on a runway in Ceiba, Puerto Rico. Sources on the ground say the bottles have been sitting there since last fall. Federal emergency officials acknowledge the water was sent in the immediate reponse to the hurricane and told CBS News they brought the water to the island and turned it over to the central government. David Begnaud reports.

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