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and let's be abundantly clear it is a crisis , the first congressional hearing on the hill Wednesday investigating the water contamination imprint Michigan back articulated emergency prompted an apology from the Michigan governor and captured the nation's attention Clint have been grappling with toxic levels of lead in drinking water simplicity change just water source to them more corrosive flint river in April two thousand and fourteen to save money and then switched it back but the damage was done in the hot seat Wednesday the director of the Michigan department of environmental quality and officials from the appeal gonna start by apologizing to the residents of flint in retrospect government at all levels should have done more , what happened in flint was avoidable and should never have happened