Flint’s Water Crisis Isn’t Over

Flint’s Water Crisis Isn’t Over

The city of Flint, Michigan, has dumped an estimated two million gallons of raw sewage into the Flint River continuing they city’s water crisis.

When the spill occurred, the city failed to disclose just how much sewage went into the river until a partial report was filed with the Department of Environment, Great Lakes & Energy days later.

Locals have been told to stay away from the river to avoid bacteria exposure.

This spill comes just months after the City Council approved nearly $1 million in contracts with companies to help design upgrades to sewage treatment.

The city is seeking a $34 million loan to fund the improvements to wastewater infrastructure.

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