U.N.: More security in Haiti critical

Violence is escalating Monday in Haiti as looters are starting to run amok and police are trying to stop them.

U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon says the need for more security is critical. He says a huge amount of aid is pouring in but a big problem is getting the food, water and supplies to the victims.

Former President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea arrived Monday as part of a U.N. special envoy to help deliver emergency relief. Clinton joins an army of doctors, aid workers and troops already there, including teams from the NYPD and FDNY.

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