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Heat wave in Canada and the United States: When electrical connections melt

MyForensic doctors fear dozens of heat deaths in the Canadian province of British Columbia. About 130 deaths were recorded there from Friday to Monday, according to a spokesman. During the same period of the last few days, more than 230 people were reported dead in the western province of the country. “We consider the extreme heat to have contributed to the sharp increase,” the head of forensic medicine said Tuesday.

Like the Pacific Northwest of the United States, the West of Canada experienced a once-in-a-lifetime experience late last week Heat wave Is amazing. In Lytton, north of Vancouver, where temperatures averaged 24 degrees in June, it measured 49.5 degrees on Tuesday, the highest value ever recorded in Canada. The Prime Minister of British Columbia has asked five million or more residents of the province to take care of elderly neighbors and keep refrigerators in the refrigerator.

The heat wave continued south of the Canadian-American border. In the states of Oregon and Washington, hundreds of people have come to emergency rooms with temperature-related complaints over the past few days. The Seattle Times reports that a sixty-five-year-old boy from Seattle and a sixty-eight-year-old boy from Enumcla died of hyperthermia above 42 degrees.

In Portland, Oregon, where temperatures hit 46.6 degrees the day before Monday, heat meanwhile melted electrical connections and broke road surfaces. U.S. meteorologists described the dangerous high temperature with a hot bell, in which the high pressure area lies like a lid in the northwestern Pacific.

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