BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Two more heat-related deaths were reported in Maryland this week, bringing the seasonal total to seven, a weekly report from the Maryland Department of Health shows.
The two new deaths include a man between the ages of 45 and 64 in Dorchester County and a man aged 65 or older in Somerset County.READ MORE: MVA's Bus Driver Day To Streamline Process For Applicants To Get Commercial License
RELATED COVERAGE:READ MORE: Ocean City Promises "Zero Tolerance" For Lawbreakers At Unsanctioned H20i Car Event
- Maryland Reports First Heat Death Of 2020 With More Warm Weather On The Way
- Second Heat-Related Death Of 2020 Reported In Maryland
- 3 More Heat-Related Deaths Reported In Maryland, Including Boy In Wicomico County
Among the previously-reported victims is a boy under the age of 18 in Wicomico County and a man in his 30s in Baltimore.
Twenty people died due to heat in Maryland last year, the health department reported.MORE NEWS: New Trial Ordered For Shawn Little Convicted In Mistaken Identity Killing Of Ray Glasgow, 17