British Columbia, Canada, is experiencing an unprecedented increase in sudden deaths. According to the data provided by RIA Novosti, 486 residents have already died in the region in a few days, the reason for their death could be an unprecedented heat.
On Tuesday, British Columbia authorities reported that more than 100 people were victims of abnormally high temperatures in various cities in the province. Meteorologists recorded a temperature record of 49.5 degrees in the region on June 29.
The death toll in British Columbia rose to 486 by Thursday, according to the coroner’s office, which specializes in investigating sudden deaths. It is possible that this number will grow as the data is processed.