Thousands in north Gaza without power after Erez truck bombing

Palestinian officials say around 200,000 people in northern Gaza don't have running water or power. Electric company spokesman Jamal Darasawi says there hasn't been any power since Palestinian operatives from Islamic Jihad detonated a truck bomb at a nearby border crossing last Thursday. The explosion cut two of the seven major power lines that come in from Israel. The IDF says it's trying to fix the lines, but it will take time because of security considerations. On Tuesday, an Islamic Jihad spokesman said the group didn't mean to cut off power but warned of more attacks.