Air Quality Advisory issued for ozone and smoke due to wildfire

By Caroline Bleakley | cbleakley@8newsnow.com

Published 07/25 2016 09:44AM

Updated 07/25 2016 10:19AM

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A wildfire in Southern California is causing elevated levels of ozone and smoke for the Las Vegas valley.

The Sand Fire has consumed around 33,000 acres in Santa Clarita.

Clark County has issued an air quality advisory for Monday and Tuesday. 

People with respiratory diseases may want to avoid being outdoors.

You can get the latest information on air quality at this link.

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