Daybreak Montreal | Jul 17, 2013 | 9:53

A glimpse into the devastation in Lac Megantic

Yesterday, for the first time, reporters were allowed to access the area in downtown Lac-Megantic that was devastated by the train accident. CBC reporter Marika Wheeler was among them.

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