Police ask public in fire vicinity to remain indoors

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December 5, 2010 13:56

 
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Police on Sunday asked members of the public in vicinity of area in which firefighting activity is ongoing to stay in their homes and use air conditioning in order to avoid the many chemicals being used. The chemicals can cause trouble breathing. Anyone having trouble breathing should call MDA at 101 or go to the emergency room for immediate treatment.

Those at particular risk are: people with trouble breathing, the elderly, pregnant women, and children.

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