State Sen. asks why concerns about PFAS river contamination never made it to Flint officials
Tests found elevated levels of PFAS in the Flint River downstream of water intakes years before the city made the switch to the river for its water soruce. We know what happened when that untreated water leached lead from aging pipes, but in his story today for MLive , Flint journalist Ron Fonger revealed that before the water switch even happened, the state tested the Flint River and discovered rising levels of PFAS contamination.
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