by: Jenny Young Updated:
TULSA, Okla. - Quick facts:
- Emergency responders are warning residents to stay safe in Green Country heat.
- They say to limit outdoor activity during heat and do most activities in either the early morning or late evening.
- They also say to stay hydrated.
- Heat strokes cause more deaths each year than any other weather-related fatality.
- Watch the video above for more on heat safety.
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