Heat wave expected in Europe

 
Heat wave expected in Europe
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Europe is affected by a heat wave. Paris, Brussels and London are some of the cities where temperatures are expected to reach 40 degrees Celsius.

With a temperature of nearly 35 degrees in London tennis players and fans were subjected to a very moist, and one of the hottest Wimbledon tournaments ever.

The organizer can stop the tournament if temperatures remain this high.

A sweaty and soaked, and seven times tennis champion Roger Federer said after the match that he was ready for a shower.

- But I'm really so wet already that I'm not sure if I need one, he added.

In Belgium, where the temperature approaches 40 degrees this week, a passerby was forced to smash the window of a parked car, to save a child, who according to the emergency services had been locked up for over an hour.

At least Europeans do not have to go to dangerous places to experience summer, which is a safe bonus.

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