Millions of Americans flock to beaches as record-breaking heatwave grips northeastern states

Millions of Americans are flocking to beaches to stay cool as a record-breaking heatwave grips northeastern states. It reached 115 degrees (46.1 celsius) in Portland, Oregon on Monday (June 28) for the second day in a row that the city has broken a heat record. Salem, Oregon and Seattle also set records. This video shows visitors to Ocean City in New Jersey.

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