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Flint / Joe Ragno / Mark Durno / EPA #1170572

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 04, 2016
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Today in the water emergency in Flint Michigan the EPA said that lead levels are dropping and home filters appear to be working. But that isn't true everywhere. As our Adriana Díaz discovered. We have this information sheet from EPA. EPA Agents have fanned out in Flint targeting homes where lead levels remain stubbornly high. Joe Ragno's tap water has the city's second highest amount of lead on record. It's classified as toxic waste. Now does it look like that that water is contaminated. That lo...
Reporter(s):
Adriana Diaz
Duration:
00:02:07

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