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Heat exhaustion, heat stroke a real concern amid scorching temps

It was another sweltering day across the region, and health officials were asking beachgoers to be cognizant of their health.

News 12 Staff

Jul 23, 2022, 4:46 PM

Updated 701 days ago

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It was another sweltering day across the region, and health officials were asking beachgoers to be cognizant of their health.
EMTs were at Robert Moses State Park in case anyone falls victim to heat exhaustion or heat stroke.
Symptoms are fatigue, feeling lightheaded, excessive sweating and dehydration.
News12's Antoinette Biordi was in Robert Moses State Park with more information on how to protect yourself during the heat.
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