DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The air you breathe could be an issue Saturday around the site of the downtown Dayton building implosion.
The implosion of the Schwind Building on South Ludlow Street is expected to spew a lot of dust into the air within a two to three block area.
RAPCA issued a warning Thursday that you should avoid the area for several hours following the implosion.
Experts say breathing in excessive amounts of dust can cause allergy-like symptoms like a stuffy nose, congestion and sore throat.
It can also trigger your asthma.
The building is set to be imploded Saturday morning at 7:15 am.
The 11-story Schwind Building is making way for new housing.
Four men are now charged in connection to a dorm room burglary at the University of Dayton.
Beavercreek police say a stolen identity helped two suspects steal TVs and iPads from a H.H. Gregg store.
A Winter Storm Watch will take effect late Thursday night through late Friday night for most of the area.
A former Greene County prosecutor and current senior advisor for Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine was cited Nov. 30 for drunk driving.
Police found a man who had died from a gunshot wound outside a Dayton home late Tuesday night.