(FLINT, Mich.) -- The city of Flint is in crisis.
For more than a year, the water flowing through the pipes under the city of Flint, Michigan, was coming from the Flint River. The corrosive water was not treated properly to prevent the decades-old pipes from corroding and leaching lead into the city's water supply.
This water made its way into homes, hospitals and schools. Nearly 100,000 residents have been affected.
Residents Jacob Uherek, Jamila Marshall and their children cannot safely drink or use the water coming out of their faucets. They must rely on bottled water for drinking, bathing and cooking.
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