Former state health official gets community service, probation for her role in Flint’s water crisis

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A retired state health official was sentenced Monday, March 13 for her role in Flint’s water crisis.

Corrine Miller, a retired epidemiologist, was sentenced to 12 months probation, 300 hours of community service and ordered to write a letter apologizing to those impacted by the city’s water crisis.

According to a March 13, 2016 Michigan Radio article, Corrine Miller was allegedly aware of dozens of cases of Legionnaires’ disease.

So far, there have been 12 confirmed Legionnaires’ deaths in Genesee County.

Miller pleaded no contest. She will also have to pay a fine of more than $1,000.

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