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Two More Oklahoma Deaths Blamed On Heat

TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- Two more deaths in Oklahoma are being blamed on the heat.

Kevin Rowland with the state medical examiner's office says a 72-year-old Oklahoma City woman died of apparent heat stroke and a 64-year-old Chickasha man was found dead in his home.

Rowland says the woman had no air conditioning or fans while the man had two fans running, but all windows were closed.

A total of ten people have died of heat-related causes since July 13th.
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