PORT HURON (WWJ) – St. Clair County officials are sending out a warning to their residents after winds blew heavy smoke from a massive fire burning in St. Clair Township, Ontario into the area.

Because of that, officials are asking residents with breathing problems to stay indoors.

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Director of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Jeffrey Friedland said they are taking the precautionary measures because of the intensity of the fiber glass burning in the building.

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“It contained 65 boats, but on the positive side, St. Clair Township Fire Department was able to save a second building which contained probably as many boats,” Friedland told WWJ’s Zahra Huber.

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Friedland said residents can come back out once they don’t smell smoke any more.