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wheeled into hospital with heat stroke and dehydration a blistering heat wave in pakistan killing more than four hundred people so far off the southern city of karachi slammed by temperatures of up to forty four degrees celsius or a hundred and eleven fahrenheit on the streets hundreds queue up to buy what little ice is available for many locals city officials that the plane was in a lot of the government is responsible for this whole crisis , the houses are deprived of power he doesn't bearable people especially elderly people are dying of intense heat , the government is not thinking of any solutions , slammed by fans and air conditioners alcott's made even worse by the fact that families all trying to cook at the same time during the holy month of ramadan weather experts say the temperatures will come down as monsoon season arrives but many locals fear the death toll could rise before the rains come