Heat Wave Suspends Australian Open

When animals are falling from trees due to heat exhaustion, you know there’s a problem. A heat wave with temperatures in the 110's has caused officials for the Australian Open to suspend matches. Over 1000 people in the region of Victoria have been treated for heat stress, and up to 500 flying foxes have died in the past two days. Power blackouts are also hitting the region, as electricity usage surges. Friday is expected to be the final day of the unbearable heat.