- A low helicopter flight by a West Point Wildlife Management Area team in western Georgia illustrated a nightmare for allergy-sufferers.
- In a video the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division posted to Facebook, the helicopter stirs up large yellow clouds out of the pine trees, leaving a free flow of the allergen in its wake.
- Many commenters were shocked at the pollen masses, with some saying they held their breath or sneezed during the video.
- Georgia is currently one of several southern states with extreme pollen levels at the moment, with oak and birch trees among the worst offenders.
- See the video that captured the dusty, outdoor nightmare, which we first spotted from WXIA.
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