Vehicle emissions on the rise in Seattle metro areas October 10, 2019

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Dr. Chris Covert-Bowlds is with Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility. “Think of I-5 when it’s jammed up with traffic or I-405, the people who are most exposed to all of this traffic, they have terrible health. Asthma, heart attack, and the cancer rates are much worse,” said Dr. Covert-Bowlds.

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