Indiana officials hold statewide meetings to make sure everyone understands vaping risks

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STATEWIDE– The State Department of Education is their doing its part to help stop teens from vaping before it's too late.

So far, the Department of Health says six people have died in Indiana from vaping related injuries. The most recent one happened just last week.

This morning, school and health officials want to make sure you and your family know the dangers of vaping to keep everyone safe.  They are holding meeting around the state looking to inform Hoosiers and raise more awareness.

The first public meeting was held this week in Mishawaka.

Teen vaping meetings

  • March 5th
    •  6 – 8 p.m.
    • H. Dean Evans Community & Education Center
    • Open to the public
  • March 17th
    • 6 - 8 p.m.
    • Fetter Center
    • Open to the public
  • March 18th
    •  1:30 – 3:45 p.m.
    • H. Dean Evans Community & Education Center
    • Staff & specialists only

Attendance is free, but you must register here beforehand. The Indianapolis Enforcers, Indy’s arena football team, excited for upcoming seasonAttendance is free, but you must register here beforehand.

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