Frontline investigation reveals Flint water crisis may have caused dozens to die from disease
A Frontline investigation found that an estimated 70 people may have died from an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease linked to the Flint water crisis. The findings of the investigation are detailed in the documentary "Flint's Deadly Water." Director Abby Ellis joined CBSN to discuss the findings.
A Frontline investigation found that the Flint water crisis lead to an outbreak of a disease that killed over 70 people. The findings of the investigation are detailed in the "Flint's Deadly Water" documentary. Director Abby Ellis joined CBSN to discuss Frontline's findings. Marianne Williamson on the flint water crisis: "flint is just the tip of the iceberg." Journalist Anna Clark provides an update on the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan. Health care was a major focus and a point of contention during the first night of the Democratic presidential debates in Detroit. Several candidates also weighed in on the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. Kathleen Gray, a political reporter for the Detroit Free Press, joined CBSN from Detroit to discuss.