John MacAulay IV
With fire season upon us, Deputy Chief Fire Marshal Larry Medina says that people with repertory problems could be at risk.
Elevated smoke levels in the air can irate air passages and exacerbate other problems.
Medina says well maintained central air units provide enough filtration, but in houses without central air, a good cross breeze will help to keep smoke from being trapped in the house.
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