United Kingdom: 4 people died due to extreme heat, drowning in rivers and lakes

United Kingdom: 4 people died due to extreme heat, drowning in rivers and lakes

A nationwide state of emergency has been declared in Britain today as the hottest day on record is predicted.

Meanwhile, 4 people drowned in rivers and lakes trying to escape the heat in London.

According to the British media, the record-breaking heat wave continues in Europe, the temperature in the UK can reach 42 degrees Celsius.

According to British media, the temperature in Suffolk, East England, was 38.1 degrees Celsius on Monday.

The British media has said that the railway has announced the suspension of service in the areas affected by the extreme heat today.

An extreme heat warning has been issued for the area between London and Manchester.

On the other hand, most of the regions of Europe including France, Portugal and Spain are also under the grip of extreme heat.

British media have also reported that experts have predicted more severe weather in the future due to climate change.

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