Emotional visit to site of wartime bomber crash

An extraordinary effort is taking place to recover what's left of an RAF Lancaster bomber - which crashed in Holland - during World War 2. It was shot down while heading for Germany on a bombing mission in 1942.

Two of the crew were killed - including the pilot. His relatives paid an emotional visit to the site to witness a very special tribute - a flypast by the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. Kate Hemingway reports.