The World: New Jersey’s “Little Lima” responds to Peru earthquake

It’s been two weeks since a powerful earthquake devastated parts of Peru. The quake killed more than 500 people.

It also left tens of thousands of Peruvians without shelter, food, and other necessities.

Help is trickling down now to some of the most affected areas in Peru.

But many Peruvians complain that the government relief operation is too slow.

Jesse Hardman reports on one group of Peruvian immigrants who’ve mounted their own relief effort.