In a city known for its hot weather, Arizona has become a hot spot for the US, with the state being hit by a record-breaking heatwave in 2016.
In a report by Al Jazeera, researchers have found that Arizona’s heatwaves were responsible for at least 25 deaths.
In one week in August, a heatwave caused Arizona’s death toll to rise to 26, according to data from the US National Weather Service.
The heatwave began on August 26 and lasted for almost a week, causing an estimated 14,000 deaths.
The number of fatalities during the heatwave was more than double the previous record of 8,000 in 2013.
The deaths came during a time of record-high temperatures, and it is still not known how many of those deaths were caused by the heat.
Experts say that as the climate warms, more and more of the nation’s heat-related deaths will be related to extreme weather.
The US currently has the sixth-highest death toll from heat in the world.
The Arizona governor and the US president have both declared a state of emergency to deal with the problem, and many states have also introduced laws to reduce the frequency of heatwaves.
In Arizona, heatwave deaths have doubled since 2015, with a total of more than 26,000 people.
Arizona has a population of more and larger than the state of New York, but its population has also been increasing rapidly.
It has been growing by an average of 8.5 per cent a year, according the US Census Bureau, which puts the state at 6.3 million people in 2020.
The state has more than 5 million residents, and the state has a total population of about 1.5 million people.