Bolingbrook opens three cooling stations
BOLINGBROOK – If you can’t beat the heat, seek shelter in one of Bolingbrook’s three cooling centers.
That’s the message Will County and Bolingbrook officials deliver to residents during the dog days of summer – when rising temperatures and increased humidity levels can cause heat-related strokes, exhaustion, cramps and dehydration.
As a result, the Will County Emergency Management Agency again is responsible for more than 40 cooling centers throughout the region, all of which now are open to residents needing a temporary escape from the climbing temperatures and palpable humidity.
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