Missouri has its first two heat-related deaths of the summer. The body temperature of Robert Kimble of St.Louis was 105 degrees when he was found outside of Busch Stadium before sunup on Sunday. He was 54. The body of a 78-year-old St. Louis man was found earlier this week in his brick flat in St. Louis. Investigators say James Earl Senior did have air conditioning but it was set too high to do any good, and the fan wasn’t running. His body temperature was 111 degrees when he was found.
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