Wichita, Kansas 2021-06-10 20:11:25 –
Wichita, Kansas (KSNW) – Kansas is overheating. As the hot summer days approach, health officials are calling on Kansas to take precautions.
When I went to Riverside Park on Thursday, the temperature was as high as the spirits. “It’s hot and humid, but we enjoy the weather and the kids enjoy it,” said Wichita’s mom, Lenny Davidson.
Dozens of parents and their children spent the day in the park and Splash Pad. While you’re out, Davidson said it’s important to remember a few things.
“Get them before you leave, make sure everything is buckled for safety, and don’t leave them in a hot car,” said Davidson.
“At 95 degrees Celsius, the temperature inside the car tends to rise above 130 degrees Celsius within 10 minutes, and small children can’t adjust themselves like adults,” said Sean Steward, AAA representative.
In 2019, 53 children nationwide died in hot cars. Twenty-five people died in 2020, Steward said, expecting it to be due to the low number of travelers.
“Last year, the COVID, the number of drivers, and the number of people in the car were low, so it was clearly different, so I think it was unusual,” he said.
Hot summer days will be memorable for the right reason, as we hope the kids will not be left behind.
Crossing downtown, you’ll find U Hungry Truck owner Arturo Ray. I was parked outside the city hall. When it’s hot and humid, food isn’t the only thing to cook.
“We are now operating the air conditioner, and it’s like having two kids in a window with a fan, and we still can’t feel it, and we’re hot I’m doing my best in the meantime, “Ray said.
The same is true for people walking downtown. Whititanium said that sweating is one of the things that many people have in common, but so has the need for water.
When the day gets so hot, Ascension Via Christi’s Victoria Chandler encourages Kansas to grab water to avoid heat exhaustion. “One of the signs of heat exhaustion is fatigue, stomach cramps, and feeling sick. In that case, let someone know, take a break, drink water, go inside and cool,” she says. I did.
Chandler said he should probably drink more water, even if he thought he didn’t need to drink more.
The heat of this summer is still in its infancy, but we need to prepare. “As the days go by, we take it one day at a time,” Ray said.
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