A $20 million effort to rid the ocean of nearly two trillion pieces of plastic is on hold after a major breakdown. The group behind The Ocean Cleanup project says part of its 2,000-foot boom broke off, and the system is now being towed to Hawaii. The boom was trying to collect a massive area of floating trash in the Pacific that's twice the size of Texas. Carter Evans reports.

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