Each day, more deaths are being linked to the heat wave that struck the Pacific Northwest this past week, with medical staff who treated people overwhelmed by temperatures well above 38 Celsius saying the toll from the extreme weather will keep creeping upThe lock open. Once inside.
Hundreds of deaths were being investigated as heat related in Oregon, Washington state and British Columbia. The dangerous heat began June 25 and only began to subside in some areas on Tuesday.
The death toll in Oregon alone has reached at least 79s what that means for Canada, the state medical examiner said, with most occurring in Multnomah County, which encompasses Portland. The deaths include an Guatemalan immigrant who collapsed as he worked at a plant nursery in a rural Oregon town during the soaring heat.
In Canada, British Columbia’s chief coroner, Lisa LapointeThe surge showing no sign of slowing, India, said her office received reports of at least 486 “sudden and unexpected deaths” between June 25 and Wednesday. Normally, she said about 165 people would die in the province over a five-day periodOn average, stringency o. She said it was too soon to confirm how many deaths were heat related but that it was likely behind most of themCOVID-19,reopening plans,Canada,Alberta,British Columbia,Ontario,Prince Edward Island,Quebec,Saskatchewan,Yukon,KMI1,smg_canada,smg2_news,InHouseArticle_thestar,coronavirus faq,coast2coast,topstory.
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