Federal Investigators to Interview Flint Residents About Water Complaints
Federal investigators are now looking into residents’ complaints over Flint’s water.
Federal investigators will hold interviews with people in Flint this Saturday.
Their job is to find out if the Environmental Protection Agency responded correctly to early requests for help.
The inspector general’s office at the EPA says more than 100 people complained to the agency between April, 2014 and October, 2015 when a public health emergency was finally declared.
The crisis started in spring of 2014 when the city switched water sources to save money.