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Navy in Sicily offers emergency housing to families struggling with sweltering heat


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Naval Air Station Sigonella officials are offering emergency housing to U.S. military and civilian personnel and their families living off base who are facing blackouts.

The extreme heat, reaching as high as 118 degrees, is putting pressure on the island’s power grid and basic services. Outages have curbed the use of air conditioners and fans and in some cases hurt the ability of cities, such as Catania, to supply drinking water, the Italian news agency Ansa reported Monday.

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