In a stark reminder of how dangerous Texas summer heat can be;
Authorities say a hiker died after suffering apparent heat stroke during the Fourth of July holiday at a Texas park.
Palo Duro Canyon State Park officials say a 53-year-old woman was overcome by heatstroke on Monday afternoon. The woman was airlifted to an Amarillo hospital, where she later died. Her name wasn’t immediately released.
National Weather Service records show temperatures topped 100 degrees in many parts of Texas on Tuesday.
Be mindful of temeratures and air quality conditions before you plan outdoor events.
Source: Local News