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Air quality remains unhealthful in Station fire vicinity

Air quality officials continue to advise caution about vigorous physical activity this weekend, as air quality will remain unhealthful in areas directly affected by smoke from the Station fire burning in the San Gabriel Mountains.

Areas under warning for unhealthful or worse conditions include much of the San Gabriel, Santa Clarita and East San Fernando valleys. Further details are available from the South Coast Air Quality Management District.

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