BX residents using pools, cooling centers to beat heat

Bronx residents are desperately trying to stay cool during the summer's latest heat wave. Hundreds have flocked to public parks and pools to beat the

THE BRONX - Bronx residents are desperately trying to stay cool during the summer's latest heat wave. Hundreds have flocked to public parks and pools to beat the heat, with especially large crowds gathering at the Bronx River Avenue pool on 174th Street. Aside from providing a release from soaring temperatures, the pool is offering swimming lessons for children. The city has also opened cooling centers throughout the borough to help residents without air conditioning. Click NEXT to watch more on the heat advisory.

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