Another official to face manslaughter charge in Flint water case

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A top medical official in MI will be charged with involuntary manslaughter for her role in Flint's water crisis three years ago, which led to at least 12 deaths and sickened 79 more, state prosecutors told Reuters on Monday.

Since then, an investigation has surfaced leading to five Flint officials being charged with involuntary manslaughter and per Mother Jones, there is now a sixth.

Dr. Eden Wells was in court Monday for a key hearing on other charges. She was already charged with obstruction of justice and lying to a police office.

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Corinne Miller, Michigan's former director of disease control, testified in September that she felt "relieved" to take her concerns and statistics to the head of the Department of Health and Human Services in January 2015.

"I really can't get into the details of it but I think we'd be derelict if we didn't charge her", Flood told reporters. "Based on a new review of other documents and testimony that came out last week, we believe that discovery put us in this place".

Another state executive has been charged in the Flint, Mich., water contamination crisis, the Associated Press reports. "And under the circumstances, we reluctantly agreed to an adjournment so as to be able to prepare".

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Experts also concluded that an outbreak of Legionnaires' Disease, an illness caused by a type of bacteria found in contaminated water systems, likely was linked to the city water supply.

Almost 100 cases and 12 deaths were reported in the area as a result of Legionnaires' disease.

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