Looking back at the Flint water crisis, eight years on

"A Cornell study published in January of this year [Jerel Ezell] found that up to a quarter of Flint children may have experienced elevated blood lead levels following the crisis. That’s roughly seven times the national average. The switch in water sources was also tied to an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease, which left a dozen people dead. 

Flint residents were understandably outraged. And they were vocal."

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