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Detroit News - Pitt Leads Targeting of EPA in Flint Water Class Action

From the Detroit News Pitt Detroit News Photo 4.25.16The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is now the latest governmental entity targeted for damages in a class action lawsuit stemming from the Flint water crisis. On Monday, attorneys for more than 500 current and former city residents filed claims for personal injury and property damage. Those claims, which fall under the Federal Tort Claims Act, total more than $220 million in potential damages. In a statement released with the lawsuit Monday, plaintiffs' attorney Michael Pitt wrote: "The EPA heard the alarm bell loud and clear but chose to ignore the profound environmental and public health issues brought to its attention in the early stages of this disaster. This agency attitude of 'public be damned' amounts to a cruel and unspeakable act of environmental injustice for which damages will have to be paid to the thousands of injured water users." Pitt said a second filing representing another group of roughly 250 residents will be filed in the coming weeks. You can read the entire story here.

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