Transcript for Canadian Caravan Brings Water for Detroit Residents
A reversal of fortune for some Detroit residents left high and dry by their broke city thanks to their neighbors to the north. The motor city is cracking down shutting off water for thousands of citizens over their unpaid utility bills. That's sparked an outcry from a number of human rights activists who call it cruel -- now a caravan of Canadians is delivered a symbolic supply about a thousand leaders. A fresh water we stored in the church -- those in need can come by and fill their own jugs and containers. Detroit has temporarily suspended shut offs for fifteen days hoping to help set up payment plans for folks who are behind on their payments. Altogether the city is 91 million dollars in unpaid bills with 89000 residents more than sixty days late. Under water taps.
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