Neighborhoods vulnerable to heat waves in New York have to have much more cooling centers, Comptroller says

Queens has the fewest cooling centers primarily based on its population density, with just five facilities for every 100,000 individuals, even though Manhattan has seven, in accordance to an investigation by Metropolis Comptroller Brad Lander's business. East Flatbush was the community with the worst entry to cooling facilities in phrases of vulnerability.

Jeanmarie Evelly

An open hearth hydrant in Brooklyn

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