John MacAulay IV / Kelly Blyer
Our smoky conditions are noticeable to everyone, but they’re problematic for those with respiratory problems.
Local pulmonologist Dr. Keith Harless recommends his patients stay indoors if they can, ideally in air conditioning.
Our smoky air is making it difficult to breathe for those with asthma, copd and emphysema.
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