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  • at the end of the crisis, legal bills would amount to almost 53 million dollars. eventually, the people of Flint were given 4,300 dollars a person a settlement with the state. Legionnaire disease, which is caused by lead poisoning, killed at least 12 people in Flint, and nearly a 100,000 people were exposed to led as a result of the crisis.
  • the issues continued, and the city of Flint eventually switched back to lake Huron water, but say that it could take up to months to flush out all the pipes in the city. the city gives out free water filters to help with the contamination, but they were not strong enough to filter out all of the stuff from the water. It got so bad that the city was declared a state of emergency. in November of 2015, residents of the city filed a class action lawsuit, saying that they were knowingly exposed toxic water. More than a dozen other lawsuits would follow,
  • To help city save money, in 2011, Andy Dillon, Michigan's state treasurer, authorized changing the city's water supply from Lake Huron which was very far away and expensive to have, to the more local Flint River, which was notoriously dirty and polluted
  • Alright, people of flint, were gonna switch your water supply from fresh clean water to this incredibility polluted river, but don't worry were definitely gonna treat, and certainly won't poison a bunch of people!
  • Flint, Michigan, 2011
  • at the end of the crisis, legal bills would amount to almost 53 million dollars. eventually, the people of Flint were given 4,300 dollars a person a settlement with the state. Legionnaire disease, which is caused by lead poisoning, killed at least 12 people in Flint, and nearly a 100,000 people were exposed to led as a result of the crisis.
  • the issues continued, and the city of Flint eventually switched back to lake Huron water, but say that it could take up to months to flush out all the pipes in the city. the city gives out free water filters to help with the contamination, but they were not strong enough to filter out all of the stuff from the water. It got so bad that the city was declared a state of emergency. in November of 2015, residents of the city filed a class action lawsuit, saying that they were knowingly exposed toxic water. More than a dozen other lawsuits would follow,
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