An environmental expert is urging Mariposa County citizens to continue being vigilant about assessing their health during the Ferguson Fire.
“It’s going to impact some people’s health,” said Ginnie Day, public health educator for the Mariposa County Health Department.
Day said air conditions continue to be hazardous in Mariposa County.
“Right now the air monitoring points that we have out (across the county) ... all were registering hazardous levels of particulate matter and overall air...
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