Pinwheel display warns of tobacco dangers

Students set up this eye-catching display outside Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School warning of the dangers of tobacco use.

BURNT HILLS -- New York has a tobacco problem, with some 7,600 kids under 18 becoming daily smokers each year.

Today, the front lawn of Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School is lined with pinwheels, drawing attention to the signs that stand behind them.

Students who have been affected by tobacco use set up the display to highlight the dangers of using tobacco products.

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