'There's a lot of anxiety here': New Zealanders struggle with unanswered questions after mosque shootings
CBC's Adrienne Arsenault reports from Christchurch on the uncertainty as people wait for word of loved ones
New Zealanders are dealing with both an unprecedented tragedy and the uncertainty that comes with it, as people wait for news of the dead, the critically wounded and the missing, CBC's Adrienne Arsenault reports.
"There's a lot of anxiety here," she said, as she stood in front of a huge memorial of flowers and tributes that has sprung up in Christchurch since a gunman killed dozens of Muslims in attacks on two mosques during Friday prayers.
To see Arsenault's full report from the city on the east coast of New Zealand's South Island, click the video above.