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Blistering Las Vegas heat could cook pavement to 147 degrees

from The Coloradoan

A group of UNLV surgeons recently finished a 5-year study and learned something that may be no surprise to Southern Nevada residents: Pavement gets hot. So hot, in fact, that a few seconds of exposure is enough to cause second-degree burns and permanent scarring. “We’ve seen that over the summer months, we’ve had an increase in the number of pavement burns that have been admitted to our hospital,” said Dr. Jorge A. Vega, of the UNLV School of Medicine. more


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