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Fire hydrants helping New Yorkers keep cool amid high temperatures

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Fire hydrants helping New Yorkers keep cool amid high temperatures

Fire hydrants helping New Yorkers keep cool amid high temperatures

New York City has opened up hundreds of fire hydrants to help locals cope with hot temperatures.

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