At least 27 schools in North Carolina had high levels of lead. It was found to be up to 3 times higher than that which was found in Flint, Michigan. Officials are placing the blame on plumbing fixtures and report that they will be replaced. Should there still be lead contamination, warning signs will be placed around water access points.
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