Longview officer educates public during National Heatstroke Prevention Day
Longview — While the outside temperature read 94 degrees Wednesday, conditions reached a sweltering 140 degrees inside the white Chevrolet truck parked in front of Lively Cadillac GMC.
“I knew it was hot but I never thought there was that much difference,” Glenn Kessler said.
Kessler was referring to the display set up by Longview Police Officer James Bray. As part of National Heatstroke Prevention Day, Bray set up a thermometer that read both the outside air temperature as well as the temperature inside the truck.
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