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Residents around UPMC Lock Haven asked to shelter in place

LOCK HAVEN – The Clinton County Department of Emergency Services are requesting residents in the area surrounding UPMC Lock Haven, east of Canal Street, west of Summit Street, north of Woods Avenue and south of Glenn Road shelter in place until 7 p.m. Friday night.

The department released the following statement:

“Residents living in the area surrounding UPMC Lock Haven, East of Canal Street, West of Summit St, North of Woods Ave, and South of Glenn Rd., are advised to shelter in place, stay indoors, close all windows, and turn off air conditioning units. Due to additional fire mitigation efforts, excessive smoke may be released into the air affecting the surrounding area. This advisory is in effect until 7 p.m. 9/11/2020. For updates please refer to Clinton County Department of Emergency Services’ Facebook page.”

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