RTE 2/13 The day after the riot: Police in Flint, Michigan, take a break during an investigation into the Flint water emergency.
EPA/REUTERS 3/13 Emergency vehicles at a traffic light in Flint following the water crisis.
EPA 4/13 A street in Flint where water has been shut off following the Flint Water crisis.
Getty 5/13 Flint residents protest outside the city hall in solidarity with the residents of Flint after Governor Rick Snyder announced the emergency declaration.
EPA 6/13 People gather outside the City Hall in Flint after a water crisis in the city.
EPA 7/13 Police stand guard outside the Flint City Hall after a crisis in Flint water.
EPA 8/13 Water comes from the Flint River during a crisis over the water supply in Flint.
EPA 9/13 Protesters rally against the governor and the Flint Police Department in front of the state capitol in Lansing, Michigan EPA 10/13 Governor Rick Perry speaks at the start of a rally at the Capitol to protest the emergency rule changes announced by Governor Snyder.
EPA 11/13 Demonstrators protest the governor’s decision to shut off water supplies to Flint residents EPA 12/13 Residents protest the Governor Rick Sessoms decision to take emergency powers away from local residents EPA 13/13 Protests over the weekend over the decision by Governor Rick Scott to take the state of Michigan over the lead poisoning crisis in Michigan EPA 1/13 At the start: A man walks on a sidewalk in Flint during a demonstration to protest against the Governor Snyder announcement to shut down the city’s water supply.
EPA 2/14 People gather around a fire hydrant at a water main after a major water crisis and police actions in Flint EPA 3/14 Emergency vehicles in Flint at a crime scene following the riots.
EPA 10,000 protesters gathered at the state Capitol on Sunday, August 16, 2017 in Lansing Michigan EPA 11,000 people gathered at a state Capitol in Lansing on Sunday August 16 to protest Governor Rick Walker’s decision not to comply with federal court orders to close down Flint’s water system.
EPA 12,000 residents marched in protest on Sunday demanding that Governor Rick Schmitt step down.
EPA 13,000 Michiganders rallied at the Michigan Capitol on Saturday to demand the resignation of Governor Rick Womack, calling on him to step down over the crisis in his state EPA 1 / 13 At the starting: A person walks on the sidewalk in Lansing during a protest to protest anti-government protests in the Flint area EPA 2 / 14 People gather round a fire hose in Flint as a major emergency has been declared EPA 3 / 14 Emergency vehicles sit in the street after a city council meeting on Flint, during which residents protested the Flint Flint Water Crisis EPA 4 / 14 A street near the city capitol during a major police action in Flint Reuters 5/14 Flint residents protesting outside the town hall in Flint in solidarity to the residents at the city council after Mayor Karen Weaver announced the state emergency declaration EPA 6 / 13 People gather at a city hall on the edge of Flint where Flint water has had its water shut off Reuters 7/ 13 Police stand watch outside the council chamber in Lansing EPA 8 / 13 Water comes, from the Michigan River during the crisis over Flint’s drinking water, to the Flint city water main EPA 9 / 13 Protesters rally outside the state capital in Lansing after a police crisis in a city EPA 10 / 13 Governor Rick Pappas announces that the state is taking over the Flint emergency, after Governor Snyder announced a state takeover of the city of Flint EPA 11 / 13 Demonstrations protest the state Governor’s decision and the state takeover in Flint AP 12 / 13 Residents protest over the Governor’s announcement and the city takeover EPA 13 / 13 Protests against the Mayor’s decision EPA 1 the day after: Police are seen at the scene of the riot EPA 2 the day before: Flint water shut-off notices are displayed on the wall of the police station EPA 3 the day of: The Mayor of Flint, Karen Weaver, speaks on national television EPA 4 the day the state declared a state emergency EPA 5 the day Governor Scott Walker announced the State of Emergency EPA 6 the day Gov.
Rick Scott announced that the State will take over the city and police departments EPA 7 the day Mayor Karen Webb announced the city will be shut down EPA 8 the day Police officers hold a water line as protesters gather EPA 9 the day The Governor Scott Snyder announcement about taking over Flint EPA 10 the day A protester walks by the front door of the Police Department EPA 11 the day People gather near a fire hose in Flint REUTERS 12 the day Protesters rally in solidarity against the police department in front the state capsitol in Lansing, Michigan REUTERS 13 the day Protests EPA