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SES ISSUES WARNING ON POTENTIAL DUST

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The Riverland could be in for a windy and dusty day with the bureau forecasting north to north-easterly winds from 25 to 40 km/h.

SES Chief of Staff Darryl Wright said motorists need to take extra care and be vigilant when driving and If the visibility is reduced, take extra precautions such as turning your headlights on, allow safe braking distances, and drive to the conditions.

SA Health acting chief medical officer Nicola Spurrier said the dust could cause flare-ups in people with known respiratory conditions, such as asthma, or cardiac problems.

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