No easy fix insight for Flint, Michigan, and it's tainted water crisis that began two years ago when the city switched from Detroit water to water from the corrosive Flint River, that leached lead from old pipes into flint's drinking water.

FOX's Jeff Monosso reports:

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder admits it's a disaster as Flint and the state try to figure out what to do about Flint's water crisis:

(Snyder) "Short term, I want to make sure that every household in Flint has access to water filters, water, blood tests, water tests. Next set of goals, there are long term goals, how do we get the water out of the tap to be safe and clean?"

Using bottled water for everything is the new normal in Flint, where residents have tested with elevated levels of lead in their blood.

The political finger pointing also continues between residents who've filed class action suits. The state, the republican governor, and his democratic rivals.

Jeff Monosso, FOX News.