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      Air quality alert lifted after conditions improve in landfill fire

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      An air quality alert has been lifted for residents near the Stickney Recycling Plant.

      C onstruction demolition material caught fire Friday morning, prompting officials to issue an alert to the public.

      T he Toledo-Lucas County Health Department said conditions have improved overnight.

      The health department warns if you have respiratory or health concerns to avoid contact with the smoke.

      T he fire is still burning, but is expected to be fully extinguished in a week.