First world water crisis

Living in a state of emergency over the water supply, a resident of Flint in the state of Michigan talks about the daily routine when living with poisoned water. The FT's Lindsay Whipp travelled to the city to speak to those struggling to get clean water and answers from the state government in the midst of a crisis after high levels of lead and other metals have leached from their pipes. Music by The Red Thread.

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