Citizens have never seen such high temperatures in the cold country of Britain

Citizens have never seen such high temperatures

Britain, the coldest country, has never seen such high temperatures. Many houses have burnt in the capital London. At least 13 people have died while swimming to escape the flames.

The London Fire Brigade  had a very busy time since the Second World War on Wednesday (July 20).

Several buildings in London caught fire due to extreme temperatures. An explosion also occurred. Even the grass next to the railway line in London has been damaged by fire. Firefighters had to rush to control the fire caused by the blaze.

  • London Mayor Sadiq Khan said, we  very worried. On a typical day, London Fire Brigade’s first fire engine is on the scene within six minutes.
  • But now, on average, it takes more than 20 minutes for the first fire engine to reach the scene of a fire. This shows how much pressure the fire brigade is under, how bad the situation is.
  • This year, the highest temperature has been recorded in the history of the country in the last 350 years. Earlier on Tuesday (July 19),

the country recorded a temperature of 40.2 degrees Celsius for the first time. This temperature was recorded in the Heathrow Airport area of ​​London. Because of this, the highest red alert was issued in Britain.

On Wednesday, British Minister Keith Malthus told the country’s parliament that at least 41 buildings  damaged  fire in London alone.

More than a dozen other structures damaged in various parts of Britain outside London. At least 13 people have died while swimming to escape the heat.

The previous highest temperature record in the UK was 38.7 degrees Celsius in July 2019 in Cambridge.

Britain, the coldest country, has never seen such high temperatures. Many houses have burnt in the capital London. At least 13 people have died while swimming to escape the flames.

The London Fire Brigade has had a very busy time since the Second World War on Wednesday (July 20).

Several buildings in London caught fire due to extreme temperatures. An explosion also occurred. Even the grass next to the railway line in London has damaged by fire.

Firefighters had to rush to control the fire caused by the blaze.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan said, we very worried. On a typical day, London Fire Brigade’s first fire engine is on the scene within six minutes.

But now, on average, it takes more than 20 minutes for the first fire engine to reach the scene of a fire. This shows how much pressure the fire brigade is under, how bad the situation is.

This year, the highest temperature has recorded in the history of the country in the last 350 years.

Earlier on Tuesday (July 19), the country recorded a temperature of 40.2 degrees Celsius for the first time.

This temperature  recorded in the Heathrow Airport area of ​​London. Because of this, the highest red alert  issued in Britain.

On Wednesday, British Minister Keith Malthus told the country’s parliament that at least 41 buildings damaged fire in London alone.

More than a dozen other structures damaged in various parts of Britain outside London. At least 13 people have died while swimming to escape the heat.

The previous highest temperature record in the UK was 38.7 degrees Celsius in Cambridge in July 2019.🔱

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