INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The evacuation order was lifted early Sunday morning after nearly 200 firefighters from multiple fire companies battled a three alarm fire Saturday. The EPA and other agencies say the air quality was safe.
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They say they found sulfuric acid, which was only at the fire scene, as well as some particles. The EPA asked those living nearby to keep windows and doors closed if you have respiratory problems.
Jackie Allen's family evacuated and her grandson has asthma. Allen says they'll leave again if they have to.
Jackie Allen lives nearby.
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"I can go to my daughter's if I need to but I don't think that I will. It doesn't seem like its bad out here now so I think we'll be good today," Allen told 24-Hour News 8.
The EPA says that they also tested homes for carbon monoxide. Those tests were negative. The EPA will do those tests if families make a request.
As it stands Wednesday, there will be no FEMA aid for tornado survivors in Howard County.
We reached out to school systems across Central Indiana to see what their policy is for delaying or closing school when temperatures drop.
About 130 Indiana National Guard Soldiers returned home Wednesday to friends and family after nearly a year in Afghanistan.