TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Eastern Oklahomans are flocking to the
Salvation Army's cooling station in downtown Tulsa as residents
continue to swelter in the summer heat.
Heat indices are expected to reach between 110 and 115 Monday
and the National Weather Service extended an excessive heat warning
through Tuesday evening.
Arletta Robinson, the executive director of the Salvation Army's
Center of Hope, says the facility could handle up to 500 people.
Meanwhile, paramedics are busy responding to heat-related
emergencies throughout the city.