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It's not safe to drink the water in Flint Michigan a city of nearly 100000 northwest of Detroit. A plan to save money backfired. And here's Dean Reynolds. The people of Flint lined up for free filters to make their water safer to drink. Thank you Dorothy Bates was one of them. It's not enough to drink at all. Not to take a bath. My tub is just it is brown. Last year Flint disconnected its water supply through Detroit and began drawing water from the Flint River instead. The move saved the city a...
- Dean Reynolds
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