Heat wave in India kills over 1,100 people

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Wednesday, May 27, 2015
In New Delhi, India, a stifling heatwave was so intense it melted the crosswalk lines on a major road.
In New Delhi, India, a stifling heatwave was so intense it melted the crosswalk lines on a major road.
KGO-TV

NEW DELHI (KGO) -- A stifling heat wave in India has killed more than 1,100 people in less than a week. Temperatures in parts of the country on Monday were as high as 122 degrees.

Forecasters expect high temperatures for another couple days before any relief, but another heat wave could be on the way.

In the country's capitol, New Delhi, the heat was so intense it melted the crosswalk lines on a major road.