Flint, Michigan, Aug. 1, 2018 — “If I was an FBI agent, I would have an agent with me every step of the way,” said James F. Fink, who heads the FBI’s Detroit office.
“I would have a lot of people with me.
I’m looking forward to it.”
Fink’s comments were made during an interview with The Globe and Mail in which he said he is “extremely worried” about the situation in Flint.
The Flint Public Schools superintendent says the situation is a “ticking time bomb.”
“The situation is not good,” Flint Public School Principal Dan McAllister said.
“People have been poisoned and they are in danger,” Flint Mayor Karen Weaver said.
According to a release issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the most recent case of Legionnaires’ disease has occurred in Flint, Mich., on Aug. 2. “
The public health of Flint is our top priority,” she added.
According to a release issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the most recent case of Legionnaires’ disease has occurred in Flint, Mich., on Aug. 2.
It was the first reported case in the city since Jan. 28.
A total of 2,931 cases of Legionnaire’s disease have been confirmed in the United States so far this year, the CDC said in a news release on Wednesday.
It was not immediately clear if the case in Flint is linked to a recent outbreak of Legionella infections in New Orleans.
Fink is not the first federal official to comment on Flint’s water situation, though.
Last week, U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power called the situation “a national emergency.”
President Donald Trump has said he will use the authority of his office to take steps to help Flint, but has not yet set a timetable for doing so.
While the mayor and school superintendent said they have a number of tools at their disposal, McAllisters and Weaver have not given up on their efforts.
(AP) The Flint mayor and his superintendent say they are prepared to act to protect children and communities in the U,S., and elsewhere if needed.
State officials say that is one of the things that they are most concerned about.
Flint has been struggling with a lack of potable water, a shortage of heat, and rising levels of lead in the water supply.
In the past, the city was forced to close water treatment plants and have its water shut off to the public, and the city has been forced to turn off its water pumps because of the toxic chemicals that were added to the water.
Some schools in the area are shut down for the day, but the state has said it will open the schools to allow for students to get in on the action.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says the governor has not issued any order or announced any action to take the situation into account.
He said there is nothing he can do to help the Flint community and he is committed to doing everything he can to help protect Flint’s residents and businesses from the toxic substances and lead in their water.
“I can’t get into a policy or a specific direction that the governor is making,” Schuettes said.