With the death toll continuing to climb, the abuse of prescription drugs has now overtaken car accidents as the leading cause of accidental deaths in America, causing more fatalities than cocaine and heroin combined. It's the fastest-growing drug problem in the nation, and a broken healthcare system may be doing more to aid addicts than help them. Correspondent Michael Okwu interviews a Palm Desert mother who, despite warning pharmacists and doctors about her son's prescription pill addiction, still lost her son to an overdose. Okwu then speaks with a group of recovering young people from Orange County who share their own downward spiral and are eager to warn others at risk. He also accompanies an undercover investigator to the downtown streets of Los Angeles to see how easy it is to buy pills on the black market.