INDIANAPOLIS, IN - The Indiana Department of Environmental Management is forecasting high ozone levels Tuesday in the Hoosier State.
Primarily four regions in the central, southern and western parts of Indiana with be affected the most.
Anyone sensitive to changes in air quality may be affected when ozone levels are high. Children, the elderly, and anyone with heart or lung conditions should reduce or avoid exertion and heavy work outdoors.
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