BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland’s health department reported two more heat-related deaths last week, bringing the state’s seasonal total to 14.

The two latest heat deaths happened between August 18 and August 24.

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The victims are a man between the ages of 45 and 64 in Cecil County and a woman aged 65 or older in Baltimore. One of the victims was suspected or presumed to be homeless, the health department said.

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5 More Heat Deaths Reported In Maryland, Bringing Yearly Total To 12

Last year, 20 people died due to heat in Maryland.

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CBS Baltimore Staff