Researchers say rising sea levels and erosion of Tangier Island could cause its evacuation in the next two decades. Located in the Chesapeake Bay, residents say they want the president's help before it's too late. Chip Reid reports.
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Published: 2021-05-03 01:20 am
Residents of sinking Virginia island plead for Trump's help
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