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South Asia smog disrupts travel, sickens thousands in Pakistan
by Mubasher Bukhari
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10 November 2017
On 10 November 2017 Reuters reported:
Two weeks of thick toxic smog has disrupted normal life in parts of Pakistan, with flights canceled, road accidents surging and nearly 15,000 people being hospitalized in and around Lahore, officials said on Friday (10 November). The Pakistani crisis is part of a wider smog emergency that has hit neighboring India, forcing authorities in New Delhi on Friday to plan to spray water over the city.
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Levels of Particulate Matter (PM 2.5) have been touching 500mg per cubic meter in the last several days in parts of Pakistan where the normal upper limit is 150mg, said environment ministry spokesman Naseem-ur-Rehman Shah.
The particles, if inhaled deep into the lungs, can cause heart attacks, strokes, lung cancer, severe allergies, and respiratory diseases.
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