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The Oregon State Medical Examiner’s Office said Sunday that it was investigating 10 deaths as possibly heat related as
In Portland, temperatures on Sunday rose above 95 degrees (35 C) for the seventh day in a row, a Record for the city for consecuTIVE DAYS ABOVE that Mark.
The temporares have remains, adequately cool off their homes before the sun rises, said Shawn Weagle, a National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologist based in Portland. Many homes in the region lack air conditioning.
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Matthew Carr cools off in the Salmon Street Springs fountain before returning to work cleaning up trash on his bicycle in Portland, Oregon, on Tuesday. \u200b\u200b
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About 800 people died in