Results released today "launched to better understand the rashes and hair loss experienced by Flint residents" show that when the city's water was sourced from the Flint River, the pH, chlorine and water hardness levels could have contributed to these issues.
A body was recovered from the Flint River on Tuesday night. According to WNEM, the Flint Police and Fire Departments responded to a call from two fishermen who said the body appeared to be male and looked to be in the water for some time...
The City of Flint is asking residents for help in testing the water in their homes in an attempt to get a more accurate measure of lead and copper in the water. The city began using Flint River water as its primary water source in April.
On Friday, for the first time in fifty years, the City of Flint began using Flint River water as its primary water source for residents. The valve to the pipeline from Detroit, which had been providing Flint its water, was closed...
Flint residents could be drinking water from the Flint River as soon as mid-April according to MLive. Officials made the comments at a ceremonial groundbreaking that was held at the Flint Water Treatment Plant on Wednesday afternoon...
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