Smoke prompts health advisory

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Smoke prompts health advisory

Officials caution against prolonged exposure to haze caused by Arizona wildfire
Sean Borris, of Durango, powers up Hesperus Hill on U.S. Highway 160 with haze around him. “The smoke doesn’t bother me. It just detracts from the view,” said Borris after reaching the top of the hill.
Smoke turned the sun red as it rose Monday morning over the Animas Museum.
Christine Smith and Rob Wallach walk on Rim Trail as strong winds blow some of the smoke out of the valley on Monday.

Smoke prompts health advisory

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Sean Borris, of Durango, powers up Hesperus Hill on U.S. Highway 160 with haze around him. “The smoke doesn’t bother me. It just detracts from the view,” said Borris after reaching the top of the hill.
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Smoke turned the sun red as it rose Monday morning over the Animas Museum.
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Christine Smith and Rob Wallach walk on Rim Trail as strong winds blow some of the smoke out of the valley on Monday.
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