A two-year-old boy died in the back of his family’s car Thursday, and police say the death appears to be heat-related.
Humans aren’t the only ones languishing in the North Texas heat. The 30+ days of extreme heat and drought conditions have led to higher water temperatures and lower lake levels and fish are dying.
Someone moved out of a Fort Worth apartment and left their dogs behind. The dog that was left outside died; a tragic result that animal control officials say could have been prevented.
Wednesday’s temperature marked the 19th straight day with the thermometer over 100-degrees. So early into summer, the oppressive heat has already contributed to a number of deaths across North Texas.