CHICO, Calif. - Recent wildfires have brought a lot of smoke to the North State though one Chico store said face mask sales have not gone up.
Collier Hardware in Downtown Chico said they still have N-95 masks from during the Camp Fire.
In November, the store sold 45,000 face masks and when they ran out, they drove to Rocklin to get more.
Right now, the store has more than 2,000 masks, including kid sizes.
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