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Flint church gives free resources to those affected by water crisis

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Long lines formed on Davison Road in Flint as people flocked to the Asbury Methodist Church Tuesday for resources.{ }(Photo: WEYI/WSMH)

FLINT, Mich. – People in Flint continuing to look for help from the water crisis.

Long lines formed on Davison Road in Flint as people flocked to the Asbury Methodist Church Tuesday for resources.

The church handed out water bottles, filters and food.

Water filters and other supplies will also be offered at the Bethel UMC at Greater Holy Temple on Monday.

To one person in need, this issue is more than not having access to water.

“They say don't take showers, but we got to keep clean. Its messed my arms all up, made my arms all worse, and dried out from the water. We got to keep using this bottled water, but now we are trying to find water everywhere we can, because we got girls at home a lot of babies,” said resident John Morse.

Water filters and water bottles will be available every Tuesday at the Asbury Methodist Church.