A Philadelphia firefighter suffered heat exhaustion battling a house fire Monday night.
You’ve heard warnings about heat stroke, sunburn, and heat exhaustion. But there may be another life-threatening danger brought on by the heat wave.
It’s a busy time for emergency room veterinarians treating dogs suffering form heat related illness.
It took firefighters in Trenton nearly two hours to bring a multi-alarm row house fire under control in the 300 block of Gennesee Street. Three firefighters suffered minor injuries.
Think about it: Roy Halladay probably had trainers and other people helping him out, so he was in a great situation, but he still ran into difficulties. That’s because heat exhaustion can happen fast.