Speech to Text for Roofing in the Klamath Basin is Tough as Nails
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there aren't any fira says: "ro already a tough job. but ever since the klamathon fire started and pushed right into klamath falls, the owner of cummings roofing says that added a whole extra set of difficulties." the employees of cummings roofing have been working on this roof for about six hours today. this job is tough as nails nail nat pop and the smoke is only making the job tougher. mickey says: "i notice the guys get tired quicker. i allow them to take more breaks. you know every hour or so they'll take a break. they're not getting as much done as they would on a normal day." the klamath basin has been hammered with smoke for but especially people who make a living working outside like the roofers of cummings roofing. they can't stay inside to escape the smoke. mickey says: "it's kind of a damned men on a house sometimes we trying to take the lighter tear offs while the smoke is in the air. " cummings says his ultimate concern is looking out for his workers. and hopes they'll get a smoke break soon. in klamath falls, andryanna sheppard, newswatch 12. to get the latest air quality updates sent to