Four people have been killed so far in the heatwave in Britain.
For the past few days, the highest temperatures ever recorded in the country have been recorded.
Residents resort to beaches to cool off from the heat wave.
So far, however, four people have drowned.
A 17-year-old died when he could not swim in the Aire River in Leeds under unclear circumstances.
A woman drowned in Eastbourne while swimming and a man died tragically in Nutfield Surrey when he went swimming in a lake.
Another 53-year-old, Kevin Edmonson, died at sea.
The heat wave that hits Great Britain favors fires, while the asphalt swells due to the temperature, resulting in cracks in the roads.
It has signaled a "yellow alert" in the country, with the relevant services advising residents to follow the instructions to deal with the phenomenon.