Five months after Flint switched its water supply back to Lake Huron, nearly a thousand homes still have dangerous levels of lead in the water, and 72 children are still testing positive for high lead levels in their blood.
High lead levels could impact Flint for years
As the city starts replacing lead water pipes, parents are worried about the long-term effects on their children
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