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Mercury reaches 49 degree Celsius in Canada, a large number of deaths due to scorching heat

Mercury reaches 49 degree Celsius in Canada, a large number of deaths due to scorching heat

Highlights:

  • The heat in Canada has worsened the situation and the temperature has reached 49.5 ° C.
  • There is a strong heat wave in Canada and 130 people have died in the city of Vancouver so far
  • It is being told that the extreme heat is also a major reason behind the death of such a large number of people.

Vancouver
In Canada, the heat has worsened and the temperature has reached 49.5 degree Celsius. There is a strong heat wave in Canada and 130 people have died in the city of Vancouver since Friday. Most of those killed are elderly or were in poor health. It is being told that the extreme heat is also a major reason behind the death of such a large number of people.

On Tuesday, the British Columbia area of ​​Canada recorded a temperature of 49.5 degrees Celsius for the third consecutive day. Earlier this week, the mercury had not crossed 45 degree Celsius in the country. It is being told that due to the formation of a high pressure area in the northwestern US and Canada, heatwave is going on in both the countries. Police said that heat is a major reason behind the death of 65 people in Vancouver.

‘Nearly impossible to leave home’
At least 34 people have died in suburban Burnaby and 38 in Surrey. Police said that till now there has never been such heat in Vancouver. Many people are being killed by this. He said that every effort is being made to save the lives of the people. The situation of Lu is that the people of Vancouver say that it has become almost impossible to go out of the house.

On the other hand, due to the heat wave affecting the Pacific Northwest region, the day temperature is being recorded above 44 degree Celsius in America. It has been described by the National Meteorological Service as intense, lengthy, record-breaking, unprecedented, unusual and dangerous. The temperature being recorded during the day is breaking all records for the highest ever recorded in places that are accustomed to such hot summers, disrupting Olympic qualifying competitions.

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