BEST OF SHOW: Ryan Garza, Detroit Free Press
Caption: Isabella Fenoir, 3, of Flint, Mich. finishes off the last of a two-liter while sitting with her dog Mumma on a hot day outside of her home on the east side of Flint, Mich. on Wednesday May 25, 2016. Fenoir and her brothers spent time playing in plastic pools using the Flint tap water. Her family moved into their house on Flint's east side in 2015, just as the crisis was unfolding. Anyone who drank city tap water was exposed to lead, but children are more susceptible to lead poisoning than adults. Lead poisoning can not be reversed or undone. Any damage is permanent.