(FLINT, Mich.) -- Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette will announce charges against three people in connection with the Flint water crisis, according to ABC News affiliate WXYZ-TV in Detroit.
The charges will include felonies, sources told WXYZ-TV, and are a result from the investigation into the toxic water emergency.
Schuette will make a formal announcement Wednesday afternoon, and he will be joined by Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton, Special Counsel Todd Flodd, Chief Investigator Andy Arena and Deputy Chief Investigator Ellis Stafford, WXYZ-TV reported, citing the Attorney General's office.
One Flint water department employee will be charged, along with two mid-level engineers with Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, sources told ABC News affiliate WJRT-TV in Flint. At least one of the charges relates to falsifying government documents, WJRT-TV reported.
The source of drinking water for the city of Flint was changed from the Detroit River to the Flint River in April 2014.
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