Officials in Michigan will soon begin distributing clean water sources to residents in flint amid a water crisis and state of emergency.
FOX's Jeff Monosso has more:
Michigan State Police and other state employees will go door-to-door in Flint beginning tomorrow to hand out bottled water.
Water testing kits, water filters, and replacement cartridges to families affected by the city's water crisis. Flint switched its drinking water source from the Detroit system to the Flint River in April 2014 to save money, but tests would later show that the Flint River was leaching lead from old plumbing, showing high levels of lead in Flint residents.
The city returned to Detroit water last October. Michigan which has declared a state of emergency for the city, says it'll work with the federal government to determine what additional resources are available.
In Chicago, Jeff Monosso, FOX News.