Heat advisory doesn't keep residents from going outdoors

A number of people were seen trying to beat the heat at Canarsie Pier.

A number of people were seen trying to beat the heat at Canarsie Pier. (8/15/16)

BROOKLYN - A heat advisory issued through Monday evening for New York City did not stop residents from heading outdoors.

A number of people were seen trying to beat the heat at Canarsie Pier by fishing, biking and enjoying the scenery and a cool breeze.

Health officials advise residents to stay cool and hydrated. They say seniors, people without air conditioning and those with chronic health conditions are at risk the most.

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