Having your car break down is never pleasant, but it’s probably much worse when it’s 128 degrees outside.
Some unlucky visitors at Death Valley National Park ran into car trouble Sunday when the extreme heat caused their engines to give out, the park said Monday. “Yesterday’s excessive heat caused at least three vehicles in the park to break down from overheated engines, which can quickly turn fatal if passengers are stranded in this climate without air conditioning,” Death Valley National Park officials said on Facebook. “Fortunately, rangers were available to respond and no major medical incidents were reported.”
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