BK residents keeping cool amid 4th heat wave

Residents across the borough are trying to keep cool as heat once again blasts the borough. The state Department of Environmental Conservation is urging people with health conditions to stay in air-conditioned rooms to avoid heat stroke and other complications. However, some residents say they are unfazed by the summer's fourth heat wave and plan to utilize local pools and beaches as much as possible.Cooling centers open as temps rise throughout the borough

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