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Student suspended after posting picture of high school's dirty sink water online

A senior year student at John Glenn High School in Westland, Michigan, was recently suspended after she tweeted out a photo of dirty water coming from her school's bathroom sink. Hazel Juco told WXYZ that she became concerned for her fellow students' welfare when she saw the discolored water and wanted to share the photos to raise awareness and possibly even money to fix the problem.
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