There have been 57 human cases of West Nile Virus in California this year, four of which have been fatal. The West Nile infection is caused by a virus transmitted by mosquitos.
In an effort to try to stop the its spread, officials in Orange County are trying out a new method, placing fish into neglected pools. To explain how this works, Take Two is joined by Robert Cummings, director of scientific technical services at O.C. Vector Control.