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Per Teton County Public Health
Many residents may notice the air looks smoky today because the Cliff Creek fire continues to burn near Bondurant. Smoke produced from wildfires is made up of a complex mixture of gases and fine particles produced when wood and other organic matter burn. These particles can cause burning eyes, runny nose, coughing, a scratchy throat, irritated sinuses and headaches.
Use common sense to protect your health. If it looks smoky outside, it’s probably not a good time to mow the lawn or go for a run. It’s probably also not a good time for children to play outside. When smoke is heavy, avoid prolonged or heavy exertion. Remain indoors. Keeps windows and doors closed, temperature permitting. Keep your indoor air as clean as possible. Avoid using gas stoves or candles indoors. Dust masks are ineffective against smoke. If you have asthma, lung or heart disease and your symptoms worsen, call your doctor. Please visit /ph/topics/protect-yourself-from-wildfire-smoke/252443/ to get more information on the current visible ranges, health effects, and more wildfire resources for health from the Center for Disease Control.
Per Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT)
US 189/US 191 remains CLOSED due to fire from Stinking Springs in Teton County to Daniel Junction in Sublette County. The estimated opening time will be after 10:00am on Tuesday July 19th. See http://wyoroad.info for latest information.