S.A. Already Over Ozone Limits

Days into the so called “Ozone Season,” San Antonio has already exceeded federal limits.

The high levels of ozone usually don’t come long until later in the summer. So what does that mean? Well for starters people with respiratory issues will have a tougher time breathing.

Second, it could have an impact on federal funding the City receives. So in order to help, the folks at AACOG recommend you carpool, take public transportation and maybe walk or ride a bike for short trips.



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