More extreme heat is on the way, with humidex values reaching well into the high 30’s and possibly the low 40’s both today and tomorrow. Yesterday, officers at East Division broke a car window for a small dog that was inside a hot vehicle. He was taken to the vet to be checked out; Durham Regional Police are reminding people that pets need hydrating during extreme heat, and neither animals nor children should be left in a hot car. They’re also reminding people to check on vulnerable neighbours. Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement for Durham Region and most of Ontario.
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