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Air quality warning issued due to wildfire smoke

GRASS VALLEY ” An air quality warning has been issued for today and Saturday in Nevada, Sierra and Plumas counties due to lingering smoke from the Moonlight Fire.

Joe Fish at the Northern Sierra Air Quality Management District said if you can see or smell smoke, you should consider restricting outdoor activities. Children and the elderly should consider staying indoors and anyone with a respiratory ailment should definitely stay inside.


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