NY Prison Amps up Security Measures After Inmates Escape

New security measures will be put in place at a maximum security prison in New York after two inmates escaped. 

The state corrections department says the Clinton Correctional Facility will step up its inmate cell searches. 

Staffing changes will make sure bed checks are more effective. 

The facility's tunnels will also get new security gates. 

The State Corrections Department also announced the prison will get a new superintendent. 

On Tuesday the previous superintendent and 11 other staff members were put on paid leave after an internal review of how David Sweat and Richard Matt escaped.