IMPERIAL COUNTY, Calif. – The Air Pollution Control District has issued a smoke advisory for Imperial Valley residents due to multiple wild fires in the Desert Southwest region.
The district says the smoke from fires burning near Mexico and San Diego County could potentially impact the valley’s air quality. They are warning residents with respiratory issues, heart or lung disease, infants and older adults to take precautions such as staying indoors.
If you start having issues breathing or constant coughing it’s recommended you contact your doctor immediately. There is no word yet on how long that smoke advisory will be in place.