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Flint, Michigan / Water Crisis #1095160

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 12, 2016
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) The water contamination issue in Flint, Michigan, reviewed.

(No location given: Sara Ganim) The deaths in Flint from Legionnaire's disease now linked to the water, but the state kept the CDC from coming to help find the source, examined; scenes shown. [Whistleblower Genesee County health dept. dir. Jim HENRY@- says he wanted the source of the illness detected by the CDC & state officials; comments on the state report denying the second wave of the outbreak.] Statements from the state & from the CDC quoted. [Legionnaire's disease victim's son Troy KIDD@- says there was a coverup.]

Sciutto, Jim;
Ganim, Sara

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