– Montgomery County Public Health Crews spray tonight near Iron Horse Park in Centerville after a mosquito in the area was tested positive for West Nile virus last week.
>> RELATED: Mosquitoes caught in Centerville Park test positive for West Nile virus
The mosquito was one of 16 found in Montgomery Co. with the virus, and health officials take precautions in the midst of the highest year for West Nile activity Since 2012.  The spraying, scheduled for Tuesday night, but canceled due to weather conditions, targets areas around the park on Millshire Drive.
"It's definitely worrying," said Corey Dennison from Kettering Sean Cudahy of News Center 7 .
Dennison likes to skate in the park and says he was a little bit prepared.
"I was wearing a bit more clothes, I probably should have used a bug spray."
City officials say you do not have to worry about the fog being sprayed in the neighborhoods when it comes to safety Pets goes. You do not have to worry about keeping them indoors, and you do not have to roll up your car windows.
>> RELATED: Vandalia mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus
Health officials warn the spray helps to control the mosquito population, but say you should still protect yourself by doing the following:  Mosquitoes need calm water to lay eggs and to develop the eggs into adult mosquitoes. No water, no mosquitoes.
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