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Continuing Crisis: Flint still plagued by water woes 4 years later

Today is the fourth anniversary of when the when the Flint Water Crisis was declared, and the crisis is far from over. (WEYI)

FLINT, Mich. --Wednesday is the fourth anniversary of when the when the Flint Water Crisis was declared, and the crisis is far from over.

People in Flint are still in crisis mode.

This after the State of Michigan decided to end bottled water distribution as lead pipe removal continues in the city, after high lead levels are still being reported, and after residents still continue to express their distrust in their drinking water.

Residents and activists alike expressed anger, and are directing it towards Governor Snyder, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.

Activist and Flint resident Tony Palladino says he doesn’t trust the water, and that the water crisis has gone on for too long.

Flint residents will also be taking their fight to Lansing on Wednesday to continue to demand safe and affordable water.

“We are Flintstones, and they’re going to hear us roar,” said Claudia Milton.

The bus to Lansing will be departing at 9 a.m. from First Trinity Baptist Church, located at 1226 Beach Street.


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