A portrait of the human costs of the energy boom

Wyoming – Colton Bryant was an energetic, goofy-looking Evanston guy in his 20's. He idolized his father, he loved hunting and he was never good in school. Bryant was killed on Valentine's Day, 2006 when he fell from a platform on a rig. Alexandra Fuller has written his biography, and with it a portrait of the human costs of the energy boom. She discusses it with Elsa Partan.