Air pollution will be high Friday in Chicago area
CHICAGO — Chicago-area residents are being warned about high levels of air pollution as the searing heat persists.
The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency has declared an Air Pollution Action Day in the metro Chicago area for Friday because of elevated ground-level ozone.
The unstable gas is created when volatile chemicals and exhaust from smokestacks and tailpipes "cook" in the heat and sun.
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