Another Midwestern city is dealing with a drinking water crisis.
A water treatment plant manager in Sebring, Ohio is denying allegations that he falsified reports about high levels of lead and copper being detected in some homes last summer.
The news comes as fallout from high levels of lead in water in Flint, Michigan water continues.
On Tuesday, Michigan’s Republican attorney general named a former prosecutor to spearhead an investigation into the process that left Flint’s drinking water tainted with lead.
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