According to WILX-TV 10, the mayor of Flint says a bottled water company has agreed to send truckloads of free water to the city.

The move by Nestle Waters North America comes a month after Gov. Rick Snyder cut off supplies to Flint, saying the city's water quality had greatly improved since a lead crisis.

Mayor Karen Weaver said Thursday that Nestle will send 100,000 bottles to Flint each week for free distribution at three sites.

Nestle operates 130 miles away in western Michigan, pumping and bottling water under the Ice Mountain Brand.