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FEMA offers tips to beat the heat

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Summer is here and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency wants individuals and families to understand how to cope with extreme heat.


"A combination of high temperatures and high humidity creates a dangerous situation in which heat induced illnesses are likely," said Andrew Velasquez III, FEMA Region V administrator. "The key to survival is to know what to do before and during a period of extreme heat."

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