Haze in the Air
Now the smoke has reached Gainesville and some residents don't like it.
"It" meaning the smoke that's been all over town today.
At last word, about 30,000 acres have burned. it is currently twenty-five percent contained, but still affecting residents in Gainesville.
If the smoke gets worse he will be wearing a mask, just like these school crossing guards.
Paul Myers is the Administrator at the Alachua County Health Department. He said there are a couple ways to protect yourself from the smoke.
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