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At a Glance
    2018-07-31  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Hot weather

RESIDENTS are advised to avoid outdoor activities around noon time and to take precautions against heat as temperatures are expected to climb above 35 degrees Celsius this week. The weather will be fine with occasional showers until Friday. It will be cloudy over the weekend. According to the city’s weather observatory, temperatures will reach a high of 38 degrees Celsius in some parts of the city for two or three days in August, while temperatures will be around 33 degrees most days.

Baby drowns

AN 11-month-old boy was found to have drowned in a bucket at home while his mother was busy cooking in the kitchen. The boy, who wasn’t identified, was taken to Shenzhen Children’s Hospital but medical efforts to resuscitate him didn’t bring him back to life. According to his mother, the boy was nowhere to be found after she was in the kitchen for 10 minutes. She found the boy motionless in a bucket in the bathroom. Although the boy regained a heartbeat following emergency aid at the hospital, he couldn’t breathe on his own and died a few days later.

Python caught

A PYTHON was found near a chicken coop where four hens were found dead and one was missing in Dapeng New Area on Sunday. According to the coop’s owner, identified as Yang, the python threw up the chicken it had swallowed and attempted to flee when Yang’s father approached the coop. Yang’s father said the python got stuck in the chicken coop before regurgitating the chicken. Yang said the python is also suspected of eating some chickens and rabbits his family had raised in a previous incident. Yang and his father have handed the python over to the authority.

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