Forgotten Flint School Has Remains From The Flint Water Crisis
It was a story that hit the press hardback in 2014 when news erupted of a water supply crisis in the city of Flint.
The water in the city was found to have high contaminations of lead, and roughly 12 people died of Legionnaire disease, while hundreds of others were sickened from the water.
The People Of Michigan Rallied Around Flint
Not long after news erupted of the water crisis, tons of cases of water were donated to the community to help the community avoid drinking the city's water.
From local stores donating water cases, to even people buying them with their own money to rally around the city of Flint.
Schools and churches were areas people would populate around just to find fresh drinking, cleaning, and bathing water to use in their everyday life.
But, time stopped for one Michigan distribution point.
Forgotten Flint High School Has Remains From Flint Water Crisis
It's almost eerie to think that supplies from the crisis weren't entirely used, and are now just collecting dust inside an abandoned school in Flint.
Take a look below at some of the remains in the abandoned Flint school.
Water Bottel Collection Sitting In Empty Hallway
Water Bottles Stacked In Corner Of The School
Up Close Of Torn Open Water Bottles In School
How Long Is Bottled Water Good For?
Believe it or not, water does have a shelf life. If properly stored, you should see the bottles last as long as 2 years. After a certain amount of time in the heat, some of the chemicals in the plastic could start to leak into the water.
"Bottled Water must be packaged properly and more importantly store properly. The packaging should last as long as 2 years." via MyWaterEarth.com
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