FLINT (WJRT) - (02/28/17) - They were born as the water crisis was unfolding in Flint - babies who were exposed to lead.
One year ago, you met them, as their parents feared what the future would bring.
Research shows their smaller, growing bodies make them most at risk.
Now, more than 1,000 days later, they are still living without clean tap water.
The story may have fallen from the national headlines, but it's a crisis Flint mothers still face every day.
Angie Hendershot shares their struggles, hopes and the resources now available to help Flint's children rise above the water crisis.