Father and baby hospitalized for heat stroke in South

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August 4, 2015 11:16

 
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A man and his one year old daughter were evacuated to Ziv Medical Center yesterday after suffering severe heat stroke and dehydration. The daughter is in critical condition after falling unconscious with body temperature of above 42 degrees.

The incident occurred after the family went for a walk yesterday afternoon in the Hula Valley.

This week, temperatures in Israel reached record highs, as health officials warned of possible heat related injuries due to severe weather conditions.

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