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US-FIRES-POLLUTION-PORTLAND

A local resident wears a respirator as he jogs in downtown Portland, Oregon where air quality due to smoke from wildfires was measured to be amongst the worst in the world, September 14, 2020. - The deadly fires spreading across three western US states are causing record-breaking pollution and a spate of health woes, from headaches and coughs to impaired vision, that have residents worried about the long-term consequences. Portland, the largest city in Oregon, has been blanketed for days by a dense smog that has sent pollution meters soaring. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CYRIL JULIEN "As Oregon fires burn, smoggy air suffocates Portland residents" (Photo by ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images)
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