Residents look to stay cool on a hot summer day

THE BRONX - As the temperature nearly hit the triple digits Monday, many residents looked for ways to cool off.

While some looked for water from fire hydrants, others found shade in Clasons Point Park.

"You sit here and forget about your problems and relax," Lillian Brown said. "It keeps me cool when I am not at home."

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