Officials: Bridgeport air safe to breathe after fire

Smoke is still lingering about two blocks back from the vacant warehouse in Bridgeport where a fire broke out Thursday, but officials say residents can

BRIDGEPORT - Smoke is still lingering about two blocks back from the vacant warehouse in Bridgeport where a fire broke out Thursday, but officials say residents can now open windows.

Doctors say only some people may be affected by the smoke, but that all residents should use discretion.

Residents are advised to seek medical attention if they develop coughs or feel burning in their noses and eyes.

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