Brooklyn residents find ways to keep cool despite high temperatures

Brooklyn residents were looking for ways to stay cool as temperatures hit the mid- to upper-90s Saturday afternoon.



Many went swimming in Canarsie, while others opted to stay indoors in their air conditioning.



The New York City Parks Department extended general swimming hours until 8 p.m. Saturday to help residents stay cool.



The New York City Health Department is advising New Yorkers to take precautions outside, as the extreme heat can be dangerous.


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