MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) -- As the Centers or Disease Control works with health officials to investigate what they are calling a "multistate outbreak of lung injury" associated with vaping, local doctors are sharing the injuries they are seeing in our area. And, they say, in many cases, the injuries are not reversible.
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