THURSDAY: Ozone Alert
OKLAHOMA CITY — Officials have issued an Ozone Alert for central Oklahoma Thursday.
Air quality concerns prompted environmental officials.
Doctors say it’s especially important for anyone with heart or breathing conditions to take it easy, stay indoors in possible.
Residents are encouraged to reduce air pollution by carpooling or riding your bike to work.
Residents are discouraged from mowing the lawn, especially in the heat of the day.
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